Re: Diald connect script for chap
In my /etc/diald/diald.options I have the line:
connect "/usr/sbin/chat -t 120 ABORT BUSY ABORT 'NO CARRIER' '' ATE0V1 OK ATD5551212
If your ISP uses CHAP this dial script should be sufficient.
Randy Edwards wrote:
> I recently switched ISPs to one that uses NT and its chap. Using the
> pppconfig package I have my system working so that it works fine with
> However, I want to get diald working. Unfortunately, I can't for the
> life of me create a diald "connect" script that works properly in this
> Would anyone have a working equivalent of /etc/diald/connect -- the
> script that diald.options calls in its "connect" parameter -- that
> works with a chap login sequence? If so, could I get a copy of it?
> Thanks in advance.
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