/etc/ppp/ip-up not working
declan.moriarty at ntlworld.ie
Fri Aug 9 02:20:19 PDT 2002
Was it Daniel Brewer who wrote on Thursday 08 August 2002 13:32:
> Thanks for putting me straight on the mandrake side of things.
> I am not using wvdial just pppd with scripts taken from PPP-HOWTO (I
I would reccomend wvdial as the lazy way. Of course, if you're doing a thesis
on tcp/ip and the most difficult ways of accomplishing it, fine ;-). With
wvdial, it's all lazy, and reliable. Even if you only reverse engineer it.
My (local) isp cannot be reached with any chat script I've ever devised. I
give it my username when it asks, and my password, and it won't accept them.
When wvdial does it at speed, it's fine.
> >>>> Hello,
> >>>> I have a dialup account and I have got it to work with
> >>>> lfs using just ppp. After reading a bit I found that
> >>>> there is a file called /etc/ppp/ip-up that is supposed
> >>>> to be executed when pppd go up but this does not seem
> >>>> to work. I have made the ip-up executable by all but
> >>>> that does not help. Is there any options you need to
> >>>> set?
> > If you use wvdial, you don't need ip-up, just /etc/wvdial.conf & the
> > basic
> > /etc network files. Watch yourself here.
> > Mandrake uses a different setup, /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts
> > instead of
> > LFS's ~/network-devices, and different filenames all over the place.
> > Go back
> > to the book, and think it out again.
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Declan Moriarty
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