RE: Uploaded ppp 2.2.0f-26 (source i386) to master
I'm not sure where the problem is but IMO the binary should be able to
do IPX as soon as the user enables it in the config file.
While we're at it I wonder if anyone's using Debian to connect to an NT
RAS server? I'd like to try that but I'm unsure how much work it needs.
So if anyone could provide the neccessary configuration, that'll be
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>Absolutely --- The default /etc/ppp/options file disables IPX.
>Are you saying that this is not enough, and the user should have to recompile
>pppd to get the IPX functionality?
>How about if I make the default for IPX to be off in the executable ?
>I think that people should be able to do this easily if they want,
>since it means that Debian can do everything that NT RAS can do.
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