>I work for an ISP that offers (among other things) dedicated ISDN
>connections. These dedicated links are (usually) connected through a
>terminal server running Linux 2.0.29 with mgetty+sendfax and PPPD 2.2.0f.
>One of our customers is running Windows NT 4.0 (with the second fixpack
>applied) and is unable to access the Internet unless I disable
>It would appear from this that the NT server is not requesting
>authentication and my machine won't let it do anything until it's logged
>I can't disable authentication for just that one line or I would even
>though that would mean, because I'm using the "login" option with
>"AutoPPP", that the connection would never appear in the user list.
>I tried using a script to authenticate the user, but NT successfully
>resisted all attempts to use a dial script.
PAP (MS-CHAP is not normal) and setting the NT box to accept "Plain