Re: couldn't match host name or address
I got it working. Thanks to all that helped. But now another, sorta related question...
Now that I can connect to my ISP under Linux, is it possible to connect under Linux
then get access from netscape under my Win95 box (their both connected via ethernet)?
How would I do this?
Brandon Mitchell wrote:
> On Mon, 29 Dec 1997, Aaron Walker wrote:
> > The problem was: When I dial into my ISP, I get a prompt that says: host: here I
> > type ppp then my username and password. How would I get it to type ppp? Would I
> > just change my ppp.chatscript to say?
> > ABORT "NO DIALTONE"
> > "" ATDT7454342
> > ppp
> > login amwalker
> > password \qpassword\q
> To make this easy look at the left column as what the isp says, and the
> right as how you would respond (a column is separated by spaces). So,
> from what you said above, it appears that the isp doesn't give you a login
> or password prompt, so it would be:
> ABORT "NO DIALTONE"
> "" ATDT7454342
> host: ppp
> "" amwalker
> "" \qpassword\q
> Make sense?
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