Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Post by James L. McGi » Wed, 02 Oct 1996 04:00:00



Hello.

I use a Linux box (2.0.x + ppp2.2.0f) and I dial into it
from another Linux box (similar) and reach a getty->login
prompt.  If I login as a regular user, I get a shell, as
a ppp user I get pppd as my shell.  Works wonders.

How can I make my Win95 box dial into this?  The silly
"Dialup Networking" hides everything.  How do I tell it
to type my Username at Login: my Password at Password: and
listen for "!}!}!} }2}!}$}%}&*}/}'}}(}"   (The ppp connection
should start :-)

I have a good understanding of tcp/ip and I have ppp <-> ppp
working between two linux boxes like I said.  I have Win95
connected to my livingston box as well, and it is going to
be the exact same config with a different IP address.  I say
this so that nobody will tell me to read the PPP-HOWTO (which
does not mention connecting linux as a server to w95 as a client).

This must be a FAQ, but I cannot find it.  Please help.

Thanks!

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Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Post by Benjamin Ro » Wed, 02 Oct 1996 04:00:00



: Hello.

: I use a Linux box (2.0.x + ppp2.2.0f) and I dial into it
: from another Linux box (similar) and reach a getty->login
: prompt.  If I login as a regular user, I get a shell, as
: a ppp user I get pppd as my shell.  Works wonders.

: How can I make my Win95 box dial into this?  The silly
: "Dialup Networking" hides everything.  How do I tell it
: to type my Username at Login: my Password at Password: and
: listen for "!}!}!} }2}!}$}%}&*}/}'}}(}"   (The ppp connection
: should start :-)

: I have a good understanding of tcp/ip and I have ppp <-> ppp
: working between two linux boxes like I said.  I have Win95
: connected to my livingston box as well, and it is going to
: be the exact same config with a different IP address.  I say
: this so that nobody will tell me to read the PPP-HOWTO (which
: does not mention connecting linux as a server to w95 as a client).

This is probably the same as connecting to a provider using win95 and
ppp. My provider here supplies an FAQ for this. Send email to

the subject heading. This details how to connect win95 to a ppp dial-up.
If it fails to send externally, email me and I'll retrieve it and send
you a copy of the document.

                        Mr.Brain

ps. Any idea why i get ppp not available message on my new linux 2.0.0
kernel?
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Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Post by Henry Cros » Wed, 02 Oct 1996 04:00:00



> =
> Hello.
> =
> I use a Linux box (2.0.x + ppp2.2.0f) and I dial into it
> from another Linux box (similar) and reach a getty->login
> prompt.  If I login as a regular user, I get a shell, as
> a ppp user I get pppd as my shell.  Works wonders.
> =
> How can I make my Win95 box dial into this?  The silly
> "Dialup Networking" hides everything.  How do I tell it
> to type my Username at Login: my Password at Password: and
> listen for "!}!}!} }2}!}$}%}&*=B7}/}'}}(}"   (The ppp connection
> should start :-)
> =
> I have a good understanding of tcp/ip and I have ppp <-> ppp
> working between two linux boxes like I said.  I have Win95
> connected to my livingston box as well, and it is going to
> be the exact same config with a different IP address.  I say
> this so that nobody will tell me to read the PPP-HOWTO (which
> does not mention connecting linux as a server to w95 as a client).
> =

Do you want to do it manually with a terminal window or automatically
like
you were dialing your ISP? uugetty can do the 1st and mgetty the 2nd.
If your interested in mgetty find it at ftp.leo.org and read the =

Auto_PPP-Mini-FAQ I posted in this newsgroup.
  In Win95 you must install Dial-up Networking and TCP/IP. Once done
create
a new Dial-Up with Win95 and config appropriately. There is a check box
for bring up terminal window after dialing (uugetty) if you need it.
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Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Post by Dean Groc » Fri, 04 Oct 1996 04:00:00




Quote:> Hello.

> I use a Linux box (2.0.x + ppp2.2.0f) and I dial into it
> from another Linux box (similar) and reach a getty->login
> prompt.  If I login as a regular user, I get a shell, as
> a ppp user I get pppd as my shell.  Works wonders.

> How can I make my Win95 box dial into this?  The silly
> "Dialup Networking" hides everything.  How do I tell it
> to type my Username at Login: my Password at Password: and
> listen for "!}!}!} }2}!}$}%}&*}/}'}}(}"   (The ppp connection
> should start :-)

> I have a good understanding of tcp/ip and I have ppp <-> ppp
> working between two linux boxes like I said.  I have Win95
> connected to my livingston box as well, and it is going to
> be the exact same config with a different IP address.  I say
> this so that nobody will tell me to read the PPP-HOWTO (which
> does not mention connecting linux as a server to w95 as a client).

There are two things you can do. The first is to right-click the Dial-Up
Networking icon for the connection you are using, then select Configure,
click the Options tab, then check "Bring up terminal window after dialing."
Then when you connect, you can manually login, and when the PPP
garbage starts, click "F7 Continue."

The other thing you can do is use the dial-up scripting utility. It is on
the Win95 CD-ROM. (This information is from the MS Knowledge Base.)
"1. In the Control Panel, doble-click Add/Remove Programs
2. On the Windows Setup tab, click Have Disk.
3. In the Copy Mfr's Files From box, enter
 <drive>:\admin\apptools\dscript
and click OK.
4. Click OK.
5. Click "SLIP and Scripting for Dial-Up Networking"
6. Click Install."

You can then edit a login script that will automatically start PPP for you.
(Make sure you un-check "Bring Up Terminal Window" if you use scripting!)

Dean Groce

 
 
 

Linux PPP server, Win95 Client?

Post by Henry Cros » Fri, 04 Oct 1996 04:00:00



> =


> > Hello.

> > I use a Linux box (2.0.x + ppp2.2.0f) and I dial into it
> > from another Linux box (similar) and reach a getty->login
> > prompt.  If I login as a regular user, I get a shell, as
> > a ppp user I get pppd as my shell.  Works wonders.

> > How can I make my Win95 box dial into this?  The silly
> > "Dialup Networking" hides everything.  How do I tell it
> > to type my Username at Login: my Password at Password: and
> > listen for "!}!}!} }2}!}$}%}&*=B7}/}'}}(}"   (The ppp connection
> > should start :-)

> > I have a good understanding of tcp/ip and I have ppp <-> ppp
> > working between two linux boxes like I said.  I have Win95
> > connected to my livingston box as well, and it is going to
> > be the exact same config with a different IP address.  I say
> > this so that nobody will tell me to read the PPP-HOWTO (which
> > does not mention connecting linux as a server to w95 as a client).

> There are two things you can do. The first is to right-click the Dial-U=
p
> Networking icon for the connection you are using, then select Configure=
,
> click the Options tab, then check "Bring up terminal window after diali=
ng."
> Then when you connect, you can manually login, and when the PPP
> garbage starts, click "F7 Continue."
> =
> The other thing you can do is use the dial-up scripting utility. It is =
on
> the Win95 CD-ROM. (This information is from the MS Knowledge Base.)
> "1. In the Control Panel, doble-click Add/Remove Programs
> 2. On the Windows Setup tab, click Have Disk.
> 3. In the Copy Mfr's Files From box, enter
>  <drive>:\admin\apptools\dscript
> and click OK.
> 4. Click OK.
> 5. Click "SLIP and Scripting for Dial-Up Networking"
> 6. Click Install."
> =
> You can then edit a login script that will automatically start PPP for =
you.
> (Make sure you un-check "Bring Up Terminal Window" if you use scripting=
!)
> =
> Dean Groce

mgetty's Auto_PPP option is much nicer,
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1. Linux PPP server / Win95 client

I can't get this simple configuration working :
Redhat 4.2 + ppp 2.2.0g + mgetty (latest)

ppp options
speed 115200
-detach
modem
auth
login
+pap
-chap
lock
proxyarp
10.10.10.6:10.10.10.7
spreaded along command-line, ppp.options and ppp.options.ttyS1

Win95 remote access client with 10.10.10.1 as the primary specified DNS.

During LCP dialog I get the following :
pppd[241]: pppd 2.2.0 started by root, uid 0
pppd[241]: Using interface ppp0
pppd[241]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS1
pppd[241]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru 1500> <auth pap> <magic
0xced87a0a> <pcomp> <accomp>]
pppd[241]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru 1500> <auth pap> <magic
0xced87a0a> <pcomp> <accomp>]
pppd[241]: rcvd [LCP ConfReq id=0x2 <asyncmap 0xa0000> <magic 0x1d111>
<pcomp> <accomp> < 0d 03 06>]
pppd[241]: sent [LCP ConfRej id=0x2 < 0d 03 06>]
pppd[241]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru 1500> <auth pap> <magic
0xced87a0a> <pcomp> <accomp>]
last message repeated 9 times
pppd[241]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
pppd[241]: Connection terminated.
pppd[241]: Exit.

What is this <0d 03 06> win95 client is asking me for ?
What is wrong ???
please help.

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