You know dip, the program for setting up IP connections? Is is
possible to set it up to use dynamically assigned IP addresses? And
if so, how?
Thanks for any help!
> You know dip, the program for setting up IP connections? Is is
> possible to set it up to use dynamically assigned IP addresses? And
> if so, how?
Getting the dip script right is a bit tricky at first but the man page
is good. Depending on your versions, you may have to upgrade dip and
pppd. Some of this is in the HOWTO. In any case, older versions of
pppd do not work and play well with 2.0.x kernels.
Use the sample script in the dip man page as a starting point and set it
up for your connection. There are good comments in the man page script.
Not everything will work with such a simple set up, for example talk
does not. However, I have gotten ftp, ftpd, Apache, telnet, Netscape
and so on to work well.
... the times have been,
That, when the brains were out,
the man would die. ... Macbeth
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I'm having problems connecting to my provider with CSLIP. They assign an IP
each time I dial in. The IP is displayed (when you do it by hand(term)).
My problem is I can't find anything that will read the IP number assigned
to me and set it automatically. This would be very handy because I send
and recieve mail through a SLIP connection at regular intervals and cannot
always be there to do it by hand.
Thanks in Advance! :]
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