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I have a machine that I want to act as a pppd server, and have all the
pieces in place. Win95 can dial in and bring up the link without a
problem. When I try using linux to dial into this machine, the link never
I have tried various combinations of parameters in the /etc/ppp/options
and /etc/mgetty/login.config files, and still no joy.
I have enabled logging on both machines, kdebug 7 and debug, and see a
message similar to this in the server log:
pppd: peer refused to authenticate
I never see any data on either machine that is similar to a
I know I have not provided much information such as the exact options, but
If the server goes up for win95, things must be working, right? :)
Can anyone give me a clue as to what options are needed in the client side
/etc/ppp/options? Yes, I have read the fine howto.
In particular, which of these do I need on the client side?
(and any more?)
If worse comes to worse, I will drop back to script based, but, again, If
it works for microsoft, it should work for Linux also.
Walter L. Preuninger II waldo @ irc.wasteland.org:#unix
L I N U X Where You Really Should Be!
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