How realize a CALL-BACK PPP connection ?

How realize a CALL-BACK PPP connection ?

Post by Andrea Partinic » Thu, 13 Feb 1997 04:00:00



Hello guys,
tanks very very much for the help, now I have IP masquerading working
at home and office !!!

But I want to make more with this wonderful LINUX.

Is there someone that know how to realize a call-back PPP connection?

At the moment I have two linux boxes, one at home and one in the office:
the office box is the PPP server, and the home box the client, all
structured
like explained in the PPP-howto an SERIAL-howto.

I've no ideas where to start !!!

Tanks in advance for the help

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How realize a CALL-BACK PPP connection ?

Post by Andrea Partinic » Fri, 14 Feb 1997 04:00:00


I began in modify uugetty.ttyS0 like this:

ALTLOCK=cua0
ALTLINE=cua0
INITLINE=cua0
TIMEOUT=60
INIT="" AT\r OK\r\n AT&F\r OK\r\n ATX3\r OK\r\n
WAITFOR=RING
CONNECT="" ATA\r CONNECT access: mike\r callback\d "" +++\c ATH0\r
ATDTxxxxxx\r CONNECT\s\A
DELAY=1

and than I've make a call whit telix from another PC:
I recive the "access:" prompt
I send the "mike\r" password
I recive "callback\d"

but I also recive a nice "+++\c", and if I send an "OK" the recive-send
continue up to the login prompt.
Seems that the modem can't understand the "+++" sequence, but if I do
this from a comunication program like minicom all work right.

What I'm doing wrong ?

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How realize a CALL-BACK PPP connection ?

Post by Manuel J. Gala » Thu, 20 Feb 1997 04:00:00


Use mgetty: it includes a callback program, is way easier and it works !

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