Re: PPP help (bit 7 set to 0)
> I did use pppconfig to configure the scripts.
> I've used PAP and chat. I can get chat through the login process (ogin: and
> but then it establishes a connection and sends LCP ConfReq and does not get
> a reply and then I get LCP: timeout.
Some ISPs require the user to start PPP after login. You need to send the
string "PPP" at the end of your chatscript. Like this;
# This is the chat script used to dial out to your default service provider.
# Please customize the entries enclosed in parenthesis to match your setup.
# Only the "provider" file will be handled by poff and pon (unless with
# extra command line arguments).
# Remember to edit /etc/ppp/peers/provider accordingly.
ABORT "NO CARRIER"
ABORT "NO DIALTONE"
"" ATDT<edit phone number here>
ogin <put login name here>
word \q<put password here>
I've never had to use this, but I remember something similar from the