Anyone know of a way to get linux to support multilink PPP (or
multi-point protocol, or whatever the heck Microsoft calls it today)? I
am sick to death of having to rely on my Win95 box to connect me to the
What is it? And who uses it? Most ISPs use standard PPP using eitherQuote:>Anyone know of a way to get linux to support multilink PPP (or
>multi-point protocol, or whatever the heck Microsoft calls it today)?
I've never used a Windows flavor to connect to the net. Started withQuote:>I am sick to death of having to rely on my Win95 box to connect me to
Why limit yourself? :-)
OS/2 + Linux (Slackware+RedHat+SuSE) + FreeBSD + Solaris + BeOS +
WinNT4 + Win95 + PC/GEOS + MacOS + Executor = PC Hobbyist Heaven!
The Theorem Theorem: If If, Then Then
I was wondering if a linux box with an ISDN TA can dial into another
linux box with an ISDN TA and use Multilink PPP to get 128K.
For example using an external Motorola Bitsurfer or 3COM Impact.
I have used AiMux on the Bitsurfer with normal ppp. But would like to
offer connections with other brand TA's that only support MPP. My
thoughts are that probably ipppd must be used. Has anyone gotten it
to work? Or there any documents anywhere about how to exactly go
about doing it.