Please could some one send me the scripts to connect to the internet or
tell me what to do in great detail.
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>tell me what to do in great detail.
"You're saying that the victim doesn't want it to end. Good. I get to dress
up and play the assassin again." - _When We Two Parted_, The Afghan Whigs
I'm having trouble setting up my box to dialup my ISP via PPP. I've read the
Basic Networking docs at netbsd.org and more or less followed the
Here are the specifics of my modem & ISP:
hardware flow control ok
data compression ok
dynamically assigned IP addresses
dialups at 56k, 33.6 & 28.8 supported
Modem: (USR external Sportster 28.8 - v.34/v.32 bis)
dip settings: Linux=3,5,8 down ; Unix=3,7,8 down (this setting causes "AA"
to stay lit)
ATZ = initialization via "modem station" program
AT&F1 = " for fixed serial port rate
AT&F2 = " for software flow control
modem is on COM2 (=ttys1 ???)
Currently I've just got the base system installed and have constructed the
following pppd=related files:
connect '/usr/sbin/chat -v -f /etc/ppp/peers/myisp.chat'
ABORT BUSY ABORT 'NO CARRIER' ""
ogin: <my account name>
asswd: <my password>
When I type "pppd call myisp" I get
pppd: Connect script failed
I'm sure I'm missing some things like DNS addresses and debugging but I
assumed anything else would have been mentioned in the Networking Basics
Any suggestions would be appreciated.