I tested this this morning... I used a modem to connect to the ppp server
using minicom. I am using uugetty in the PPP server and the files
conf.uugetty.ttySx are set right.
when I enter the username, password right, I could log in.
When I log out, I get disconnected, but the modem of the ppp server
does not reset!, same for if I put a wrong username, I get disconnected
and the modem is not reset and needs a manul power off.
Is this a Supra thing ? In the serial faq they say to use &C0 switch and
not &C1 which is documented everywhere for PPP/modem setup. Does anybody
use a PPP server on a Supra Express (Fax/Modem) that I could get the
init strings from ?
How could I issue an AT&F1 after the modem kicks the user out ?
since the modems are locked by uugetty, the echo <atcommand> > /dev/ttySx
would not work.
P.S below is my conf.file
VERSION=`/bin/uname -s -r`
INIT="" \d+++\dAT\r OK\r\n ATH0\r OK\r\n AT\sZ\r OK\r\n
# waitfor string... if this sequence of characters is received over the line,
# a call is detected.
# this line is the connect chat sequence. This chat sequence is performed
# after the WAITFOR string is found. The \A character automatically sets
# the baudrate to the characters that are found, so if you get the message
# CONNECT 2400, the baud rate is set to 2400 baud.
# format: <expect> <send> ... (chat sequence)
CONNECT="" ATA\r CONNECT\s
#DEBUG=010 # uncomment this for debug output
# END /etc/conf.uugetty.ttyS1