I recently purchased a sparc1+ for home use, need to get my dial-up
Internet connection set-up. I have a USR Sportster 33.6 external modem
connected to serial port "A". At this point I'm trying to use "tip" to
dial-in to my ISP and connect to my shell account.
I downloaded Celeste's Tutorial on Modems, used that as a guide for
setting my modem up. I think I have /etc/remote setup correctly, I can
use "hardwire" to communicate with my modem, and I have a tip entry that
will dial my ISP, but I'm running into a problem at this point. After my
modem dials my ISP, I can hear the handshake process, but right after
that I get disconnected. Here's the message I get:
Here's what I have in /etc/remote:
The dip switches (8) on my USR 33.6 Sportster are:
#1 Up #2 Up #3 Down #4 Up #5 Up #6 Up #7 Up #8 Down
I really need some help with this, I'm not sure what to do next to
troubleshoot this problem. The Serial Port item in Admintool is set to
baud 38400, Bi-Directional. And I'm using Solaris 2.5.1, running tip in
an xterm (no scrollbars).
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated...Thanks
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