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Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Mike » Thu, 23 Apr 1998 04:00:00



I have written a ppp setup script.  It can be found at
http://www.ida.net/users/muck.  I would appreciate it if someone would
test it out for me.  Using it, I can get ppp to work for me on my
system.  Yours may be different. :)  

The only thing I'm unsure of is the col: ppp in the dial string.  My ISP
doesn't give me a protocol prompt.  I figure if someone knew if their
ISP gave them a protocol prompt, they wouldn't need to use a script to
setup ppp.  They would just edit the files themselves.  So, I don't
include col: ppp in the dial string.  Someone got an idea about what to
do about that?  

Anyways, if someone wouldn't mind testing it out for me, I would be
grateful.  It moves your files that it modifies in /etc/ppp/ to files
with the exetension .old.  But, please back up your files manually
before running it.  The reason?  If you run it twice, then your .old
file wouldn't be your origional file anymore, but the first output file
from the setup script.  The same goes for /etc/hosts, host.conf and
resolv.conf.

Please send all flames, improvements, death threats (but no mail bombs

Thanks.

Mike

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Brian Some » Fri, 24 Apr 1998 04:00:00




: I have written a ppp setup script.  It can be found at
: http://www.ida.net/users/muck.  I would appreciate it if someone would
: test it out for me.  Using it, I can get ppp to work for me on my
: system.  Yours may be different. :)  
[.....]

Just a few comments:

o You probably want to quote the phone number that the person types
  in when you write the configuration file.  People tend to use embedded
  spaces.
  echo " set phone \"$ISP_PHONE\"" >> /etc/ppp/ppp.conf

o echo "domain $MYDOMAIN" >> /etc/resolv.conf
  should be
  echo "domain ${MYDOMAIN#*.}" >> /etc/resolv.conf

o You should give people the option of using COM3 & COM4 too.  Lots of
  internal modems are probably set up this way.

o Ppps chat doesn't interpret BREAK, so the ``set login'' should really
  read
  set login "...... login:--login: ......"

With the ppp.secret thing, current versions of ppp will only use this
info if you've got a ``set server'' line in your config.  The current
development version completely depricates the use of ppp.secret to
set the diagnostic socket password.  You may be better to leave the
ppp.secret configuration as an exercise for the reader (but move any
existing file out of the way as you are now)....

Also, I'd suggest adding another commented-out `set login' line when
you write ppp.conf that shows an example of the "ocol: ppp" bit, and
set chat logging by default so that people can find the error of their
ways.

: Thanks.
:
: Mike

Cheers.

--

      <http://www.Awfulhak.org>
Don't _EVER_ lose your sense of humour !

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Mike » Fri, 24 Apr 1998 04:00:00



> Just a few comments:

> o You probably want to quote the phone number that the person types
>   in when you write the configuration file.  People tend to use embedded
>   spaces.
>   echo " set phone \"$ISP_PHONE\"" >> /etc/ppp/ppp.conf

done

Quote:> o echo "domain $MYDOMAIN" >> /etc/resolv.conf
>   should be
>   echo "domain ${MYDOMAIN#*.}" >> /etc/resolv.conf

done

Quote:> o You should give people the option of using COM3 & COM4 too.  Lots of
>   internal modems are probably set up this way.

done

Quote:> o Ppps chat doesn't interpret BREAK, so the ``set login'' should really
>   read
>   set login "...... login:--login: ......"

couldn't get it to login.  here's what I had:
set login "TIMEOUT 10 login:--login: muck word: ******"
will try again.

Quote:> With the ppp.secret thing, current versions of ppp will only use this
> info if you've got a ``set server'' line in your config.  The current
> development version completely depricates the use of ppp.secret to
> set the diagnostic socket password.  You may be better to leave the
> ppp.secret configuration as an exercise for the reader (but move any
> existing file out of the way as you are now)....

will do soon.

Quote:> Also, I'd suggest adding another commented-out `set login' line when
> you write ppp.conf that shows an example of the "ocol: ppp" bit, and
> set chat logging by default so that people can find the error of their
> ways.

sorta did.

> Cheers.

> --

>       <http://www.Awfulhak.org>
> Don't _EVER_ lose your sense of humour !

Thanks for your response.  Bye the way, is ANYBODY else besides me and
one other individual who emailed me interested in a ppp setup script?
My goal for this script is not to have it be all inclusive.  I don't
want to include every option under the sun.  But, some opinions on it
would be helpful.

Mike

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Mike » Sat, 25 Apr 1998 04:00:00



> > o Ppps chat doesn't interpret BREAK, so the ``set login'' should really
> >   read
> >   set login "...... login:--login: ......"

> couldn't get it to login.  here's what I had:
> set login "TIMEOUT 10 login:--login: muck word: ******"
> will try again.

Maybe people who already have a successful login script could send it to
me along with the name of their ISP's, and a catalog of login scripts
could be selected from.  

Just a thought.

Mike

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Yoni Bar-Lavi » Thu, 07 May 1998 04:00:00



> Thanks for your response.  Bye the way, is ANYBODY else besides me and
> one other individual who emailed me interested in a ppp setup script?
> My goal for this script is not to have it be all inclusive.  I don't
> want to include every option under the sun.  But, some opinions on it
> would be helpful.

> Mike

Yeah, I'm interested in this. Currently this ppp is the only thing that holds
me from fully migrating from win95 to FreeBSD at home. I use the win95 to
access the internet. my provider is a modem box at work and they use a
CHAP/callback service for security reasons. the win95 logs in smoothly, but I
can't get the FreeBSD to go much further than dial, connect and - fail
authorize.

Can anyone help me in writing the ppp.conf script to work like the win95 ppp
support ?

HELP PLEASE

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Kenneth Furg » Fri, 08 May 1998 04:00:00


You're going to have to be more sepecific regarding how your particular
system works.  Does it have a text based login?  Does it ask you for a
username then hang up and dialback and complete the login?  When does
the chap authentication take place?  What kind of a box are you dialing
into?

- K.C.


> Yeah, I'm interested in this. Currently this ppp is the only thing that holds
> me from fully migrating from win95 to FreeBSD at home. I use the win95 to
> access the internet. my provider is a modem box at work and they use a
> CHAP/callback service for security reasons. the win95 logs in smoothly, but I
> can't get the FreeBSD to go much further than dial, connect and - fail
> authorize.

> Can anyone help me in writing the ppp.conf script to work like the win95 ppp
> support ?

> HELP PLEASE

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Yoni Bar-Lavi » Fri, 08 May 1998 04:00:00



> You're going to have to be more sepecific regarding how your particular
> system works.  Does it have a text based login?

I don't know. It's an IBM machine (8235?) with 8 modem ports. when I go to terminal
mode in ppp and successfully dial and connect - I get no text at all so I'm not
promted to anything at all.

(BTW - the man at work that administer this machine does not know either and
doesn't care as long as people with win95 can connect.

Quote:>  Does it ask you for a username then hang up and dialback and complete the login?

I think you have to login both times (windows says 'verifying username and
password' both in the dial and in the callback phases).

Quote:> When does the chap authentication take place?

I think that before the login phase (the ppp.log says that it tries several
protocols and locks on the CHAP).

Quote:>  What kind of a box are you dialing into?

As I said some IBM 8235, I think. (it's a dedicated modem box).

Quote:

> - K.C.

Thanks very much.
 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Brian Some » Fri, 08 May 1998 04:00:00




 :
 :
 :
 >> Thanks for your response.  Bye the way, is ANYBODY else besides me and
 >> one other individual who emailed me interested in a ppp setup script?
 >> My goal for this script is not to have it be all inclusive.  I don't
 >> want to include every option under the sun.  But, some opinions on it
 >> would be helpful.
 >>
 >> Mike
 :
 : Yeah, I'm interested in this. Currently this ppp is the only thing that holds
 : me from fully migrating from win95 to FreeBSD at home. I use the win95 to
 : access the internet. my provider is a modem box at work and they use a
 : CHAP/callback service for security reasons. the win95 logs in smoothly, but I
 : can't get the FreeBSD to go much further than dial, connect and - fail
 : authorize.
 :
 : Can anyone help me in writing the ppp.conf script to work like the win95 ppp
 : support ?
 :
 : HELP PLEASE

I'll be you're trying to ``enable'' pap or chap....  If you do, you're
asking the other side to authenticate themselves.

--

      <http://www.Awfulhak.org>
Don't _EVER_ lose your sense of humour !

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Kenneth Furg » Sat, 09 May 1998 04:00:00


Can you turn on logging and post the output?

- K.C.



> > You're going to have to be more sepecific regarding how your particular
> > system works.  Does it have a text based login?

> I don't know. It's an IBM machine (8235?) with 8 modem ports. when I go to terminal
> mode in ppp and successfully dial and connect - I get no text at all so I'm not
> promted to anything at all.

> (BTW - the man at work that administer this machine does not know either and
> doesn't care as long as people with win95 can connect.

> >  Does it ask you for a username then hang up and dialback and complete the login?

> I think you have to login both times (windows says 'verifying username and
> password' both in the dial and in the callback phases).

> > When does the chap authentication take place?

> I think that before the login phase (the ppp.log says that it tries several
> protocols and locks on the CHAP).

> >  What kind of a box are you dialing into?

> As I said some IBM 8235, I think. (it's a dedicated modem box).

> > - K.C.

> Thanks very much.

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Ted Mittelstaed » Sun, 10 May 1998 04:00:00





> > You're going to have to be more sepecific regarding how your particular
> > system works.  Does it have a text based login?

> I don't know. It's an IBM machine (8235?) with 8 modem ports. when I go
to terminal
> mode in ppp and successfully dial and connect - I get no text at all so
I'm not
> promted to anything at all.

> (BTW - the man at work that administer this machine does not know either
and
> doesn't care as long as people with win95 can connect.

For those in the group - this is basically an OEM'd Shiva LanRover.  (IBM
never developed
their own terminal server)  When it connects it's waiting for the PPP
initialization sequence
from you.

Quote:> I think that before the login phase (the ppp.log says that it tries
several
> protocols and locks on the CHAP).

You won't make a CHAP connection with this box.  Shiva modified CHAP
slightly to make it
incompatible.

You could make a PAP connection, and if the man at work that admins it goes
into the manager
and turns on "cleartext" passwords then the terminal server will PAP
negotiate if CHAP fails.

Shiva worked closely with Microsoft when MS developed the dialup networking
for Windows 95,
and made sure that in addition to authenticating with normal CHAP the Win95
dialup
networking would also authenticate with their busted version of CHAP.
That's why the Win95
clients authenticate with this box.

Ted

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Yoni Bar-Lavi » Mon, 11 May 1998 04:00:00


...

Quote:> For those in the group - this is basically an OEM'd Shiva LanRover.  (IBM
> never developed their own terminal server)  When it connects it's waiting for
> the PPP
> initialization sequence from you.

what's PPP initialization sequence ??...

Quote:> You won't make a CHAP connection with this box.  Shiva modified CHAP
> slightly to make it incompatible.

why ?? who's "Shiva" ??

Quote:> You could make a PAP connection, and if the man at work that admins it goes
> into the manager and turns on "cleartext" passwords then the terminal server
> will PAP negotiate if CHAP fails.

what's "cleartext" is it regular ascii instead of some encryption ?

Quote:> Shiva worked closely with Microsoft when MS developed the dialup networking
> for Windows 95, and made sure that in addition to authenticating with normal
> CHAP the Win95 dialup networking would also authenticate with their busted
> version of CHAP. That's why the Win95 clients authenticate with this box.

> Ted

That's nice to know that some people know about the dinosaur's (IBM) machines.
the people at work blindly buy these machines without taking time to learn
beyond the tip of their noses.

Let's take it a step forward. could you help me writing a ppp.conf script for
login (PAP you say) and for waiting for the callback to come in. I'm not at all
experienced with chat.

Thanks very much
--
=======================================================
Without C we'd probably be programming in PASAL or BASI
----------

GIS programmer - Jerusalem Municipality - ISRAEL

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Stuart Henderso » Tue, 12 May 1998 04:00:00



> what's PPP initialization sequence ??...

/etc/ppp/ppp.conf: set openmode active

Quote:> > You won't make a CHAP connection with this box.  Shiva modified CHAP
> > slightly to make it incompatible.

> why ?? who's "Shiva" ??

people who wrote Microsoft's dial up networking.

Quote:> what's "cleartext" is it regular ascii instead of some encryption ?

ascii, in a certain protocol. you don't need to know really, ppp handles
this for you.

Quote:> Let's take it a step forward. could you help me writing a ppp.conf
> script for login (PAP you say) and for waiting for the callback to
> come in. I'm not at all experienced with chat.

you don't use a script for PAP, you do 'set authname USERNAME' and 'set
authkey PASSWORD'. turn on logging, you'll need it to see what happens
next (you'll probably need it even to just see if your password is
accepted, unless it calls you back in which case you will also know it
was accepted :-)

I bet you have to install mgetty, set it up for 'AutoPPP' and set up
incoming ppp before you get anything working. You probably will need to
be looking for the same username,password as you gave when the callback
comes through.

let's see some logs so we know we've got over this hurdle before we
start on the callback stuff <grin>

Stuart

 
 
 

Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Yoni Bar-Lavi » Thu, 14 May 1998 04:00:00


Stuart Henderson wrote:

...

> you don't use a script for PAP, you do 'set authname USERNAME' and 'set
> authkey PASSWORD'. turn on logging, you'll need it to see what happens
> next (you'll probably need it even to just see if your password is
> accepted, unless it calls you back in which case you will also know it
> was accepted :-)

I enclose ppp.log and ppp.conf files - I'm at a loss. connection is made but
something goes wrong.

> I bet you have to install mgetty, set it up for 'AutoPPP' and set up
> incoming ppp before you get anything working. You probably will need to
> be looking for the same username,password as you gave when the callback
> comes through.

Why mgetty ? I don't need a ppp server - or I don't understand something ?

> let's see some logs so we know we've got over this hurdle before we
> start on the callback stuff <grin>

> Stuart

here goes:
-------------ppp.conf
default:
 set log Phase Chat Connect Carrier LCP IPCP CCP tun command
 set device /dev/cuaa1
 set speed 115200
 deny lqr
 set dial "ABORT BUSY ABORT NO\\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 \"\" AT OK-AT-OK ATE1Q0
OK \\dATDT\\T TIMEOUT 40 CONNECT"
pap:
 set phone 6221933
 set login
 set openmode active
 set authname barlavi
 set authkey
 set timeout 120
 set ifaddr 10.202.2.200/0 10.202.200.253/0 255.255.0.0 0.0.0.0
 delete ALL
 add 0 0 HISADDR
------------end of ppp.conf
------------ppp.log
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: Command: default: set device /dev/cuaa1
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: Command: default: set speed 115200
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: Command: default: deny lqr
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: Command: default: set dial ABORT BUSY
ABORT NO\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 "" AT OK-AT-OK ATE1Q0 OK \dATDT\T TIMEOUT 40
CONNECT
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: Using interface: tun0
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set phone 6221933
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set login
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set openmode active
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set authname barlavi
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set authkey
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set timeout 120
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: set ifaddr
10.202.2.200/0 10.202.200.253/0 255.255.0.0 0.0.0.0
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: delete ALL
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: pap: add 0 0 HISADDR
May 12 23:51:57 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: PPP Started.
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: dial
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: Connected!
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Expecting:
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Sending: AT^M
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Expecting: OK-AT-OK
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Wait for (5): OK
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: AT^M^M
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: OK
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Sending: ATE1Q0^M
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Expecting: OK
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Wait for (5): OK
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: ^M
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: ATE1Q0^M^M
May 12 23:52:22 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: OK
May 12 23:52:24 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: Phone: 6221933
May 12 23:52:24 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Sending: ATDT6221933^M
May 12 23:52:24 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Expecting: CONNECT
May 12 23:52:24 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Chat: Wait for (40): CONNECT
May 12 23:52:24 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: ^M
May 12 23:52:43 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: ATDT6221933^M^M
May 12 23:52:43 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Connect: CONNECT
May 12 23:52:43 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: IPCP: Using trigger address 0.0.0.0
May 12 23:52:43 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Initial --> Closed

May 12 23:52:43 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Closed --> Stopped

May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: LcpSendConfigReq
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x3e5c41ba
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Stopped -->
Req-Sent
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Configure Request (1)
state = Req-Sent (6)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 4542
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[12] 0xc027
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[12] 0xc027 - not
recognised, NAK
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x8167b12c
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: SendConfigNak(Req-Sent)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 2048
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[12] 0xc027
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Configure Ack (1)
state = Req-Sent (6)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Req-Sent -->
Ack-Rcvd
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Configure Request (2)
state = Ack-Rcvd (7)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 2048
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc027
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc027 - not
recognised, NAK
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x8167b12c
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: SendConfigNak(Ack-Rcvd)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc027
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Configure Request (3)
state = Ack-Rcvd (7)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 2048
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc123
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc123 - not
recognised, NAK
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x8167b12c
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: SendConfigNak(Ack-Rcvd)
May 12 23:52:44 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[8] 0xc123
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Configure Request (4)
state = Ack-Rcvd (7)
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 2048
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP
0x05)
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x8167b12c
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: SendConfigAck(Ack-Rcvd)
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MRU[4] 2048
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP
0x05)
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x8167b12c
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Ack-Rcvd -->
Opened
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: LcpLayerUp
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: NewPhase: Authenticate
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase:  his = CHAP, mine = none
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: CHALLENGE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  Valsize = 4, Name =
"8235-377-v45"
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapOutput: RESPONSE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: FAILURE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: CHALLENGE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  Valsize = 4, Name =
"8235-377-v45"
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapOutput: RESPONSE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: FAILURE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: CHALLENGE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  Valsize = 7, Name =
"8235-377-v45"
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapOutput: RESPONSE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: FAILURE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: CHALLENGE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  Valsize = 5, Name =
"8235-377-v45"
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapOutput: RESPONSE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: FAILURE
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Terminate Request (1)
state = Opened (9)
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: LcpLayerDown
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: LcpSendTerminateAck.
May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Opened -->
Stopping
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: Disconnected!
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: State change Stopping -->
Starting
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: LcpLayerFinish
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: Modem: Connect time: 25 secs:
491 octets in, 377 octets out
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase:  total 34 bytes/sec
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: NewPhase: Dead
May 12 23:52:47 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: IPCP: Using trigger address 0.0.0.0
May 12 23:54:00 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Command: quit
May 12 23:54:01 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: Phase: PPP Terminated (normal).
--------------------end of ppp.log

thanks for the help !!

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Ok, one more time. :)

Post by Brian Some » Thu, 14 May 1998 04:00:00




 :
 :

 : ...
 :
 >> you don't use a script for PAP, you do 'set authname USERNAME' and 'set
 >> authkey PASSWORD'. turn on logging, you'll need it to see what happens
 >> next (you'll probably need it even to just see if your password is
 >> accepted, unless it calls you back in which case you will also know it
 >> was accepted :-)
 >>
 :
 : I enclose ppp.log and ppp.conf files - I'm at a loss. connection is made but
 : something goes wrong.

[Interesting AUTPROTO negotiation deleted]

 : May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: CHALLENGE
 : May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP:  Valsize = 5, Name =
 : "8235-377-v45"
 : May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapOutput: RESPONSE
 : May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: ChapInput: FAILURE
 : May 12 23:52:45 barlavi ppp[913]: tun0: LCP: Received Terminate Request (1)
 : state = Opened (9)

Your authkey is wrong :-)

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 : ----------

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 :
 :

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1. First time install - went ok except for these 3 things...

I'm  a long time computer user, been putting up with M$ crap for
years, frustrated with crashes and the like, debated going Mac for
years but finally just decided to give linux a try.

I bought McMillen Deluxe Linux 6.5 which comes with Linux-Mandrake 6.1
and kernal 2.2.13 , KDI 1.1.2

My goal is to be able to surf, read email, and basic office work.  I
also do photo editing and scanning and video editing on my computer
using either photoshop or paintshop pro and Ulead Media studio pro -
but I doubt I'll get either of these running any time soon in linux.

Ok, for the problems:

1) No sound.  I have a SBlive and I know that the code has recently
been released, but going to the site it is unclear to me how to get
this to work.  I know -nothing- about compiling or anything else, but
I can download and type commands as needed if someone can help me.
This seems to be a common problem, but I've been lurking and have
followed a few links yet still not had any success.

2) Modem: I can't find out how to access modem / internet setup.  I
want to establish a PPP dialup through my creative modemblaster v.90
modem.  Have been unable to find where this is done.  I have briefly
looked at both KDE and Gnome and don't know which one I should use
(though it seems like many like Gnome).

3) Fasttrak RAID - now this one I think I'm gonna be screwed on.  I
have a 50+GB IDE Raid that I use for my video editing and Promise does
not have any linux drivers on the site.  Are there any drivers for
Fasttrak cards out there?  If not I guess that means I can't access
those drives at all when booting under linux?

Would VMWARE solve problem #3 - i.e. the windoze drivers would be
loaded yet still be running under linux?

I sure appreciate any help anyone might provide.  I've been a big
information "giver" over the years on the internet, been on since vi
was the newsbrowsing choice and it's kind of refreshing to find the
same sort of community here that I once found the internet as a whole
to have.  I find myself having to be a "asker" this time around and
thank you in advance for any assistance you have.  My time available
for "playing" with this is very limited due to my schedule, but I sure
would like it to work.

Cheers

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4. A Mac with intel card?

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