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Date:      Tue, 2 Jan 1996 10:57:41 -0500
From:      Stephen Couchman <scouch@io.org>
To:        "Timothy C. Brown" <tbrown@icon-stl.net>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: ijppp cannot talk to modem (/dev/cuaa1)
Message-ID:  <199601021557.KAA01471@io.org>

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At 11:45 AM 12/30/95 -0600, you wrote:
>What COM port is your modem on?  Does it work alright under DOS or any
I have it on COM2 (/dev/cuaa1)
>other operating systems (or do you use any other operating systems?)
Works fine under DOS.  Works fine using cu, tip, and pppd under FreeBSD 2.1.0.

-- Stephen
>
>On Sat, 30 Dec 1995, Stephen Couchman wrote:
>
>> Barry,
>> 
>> Thanks for the files.  These seem to match what I have, but all of the
>> settings (except for device) are elementary if ijppp cannot talk to my
>> modem.  It may seem like a 'small' problem, but without communications with
>> the modem, I am going nowhere fast.... :-((
>> 
>> tip and cu have no problems communicating with the modem...:-((
>> 
>> -- Stephen
>> 
>> At 10:17 AM 12/30/95 -0500, you wrote:
>> >This may not be of any use, but I'm including it anyway.  I just
>> >start ppp as root, 'dial panix', then switch to the vc's for the
>> >other applications; finger, ftp, gopher.... I'm not sure as to why
>> >your ppp program is not talking to your modem. Thats a small mystery.
>> >I'm including portions of my ppp files. Hope it helps.
>> >
>> >Barry Masterson
>> >jbarrm@panix.com
>> >
>> >>--->--->--->--->--->
>> >  FreeBSD     2.1.0
>> ><---<---<---<---<---<
>> >
>> >#################################################################
>> >#
>> >#  	PPP  Sample Configuration File
>> >#
>> >#	  Written by Toshiharu OHNO
>> >#
>> ># $Id: ppp.conf.sample,v 1.3 1995/04/22 17:14:21 amurai Exp $
>> >#
>> >#################################################################
>> >#
>> ># Default setup. Executed always when PPP is invoked.
>> >#
>> >default:
>> > set device /dev/cuaa1
>> > set speed 38400
>> > set timeout 120
>> > set debug
>> > disable lqr
>> > deny lqr
>> > set dial "ABORT BUSY ABORT NO\\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 \"\" ATE1Q0 OK-AT-OK
>> \\dATDT\\T TIMEOUT 40 CONNECT"
>> >#
>> >#
>> >#simplesite:
>> >panix:
>> > set phone 7414455
>> > set login "TIMEOUT 10 ease?-\\r-ease? ppp ame: jbarrm word: password"
>> > set ifaddr 166.84.200.109 198.7.0.124
>> > add 0 255.255.255.0 198.7.0.124
>> >
>> >
>> >#########################################################################
>> >#
>> >#          Example of ppp.linkup file
>> >##
>> ># $Id: ppp.linkup.sample,v 1.1.1.1 1995/01/31 06:24:33 amurai Exp $
>> >#
>> >#########################################################################
>> >#
>> >iij-demand:
>> > delete ALL
>> > add 0 0 HISADDR
>> >#
>> ># Otherwide, simply add peer as default gateway.
>> >#
>> >#MYADDR:
>> >166.84.200.109:
>> > add 0 0 HISADDR
>> >
>> >
>> >##################################################
>> ># Sysname	Secret Key	Peer's IP address
>> >#
>> ># $Id: ppp.secret.sample,v 1.2 1995/02/26 12:16:37 amurai Exp $
>> >#
>> >##################################################
>> >#oscar		OurSecretKey	192.244.184.34/24
>> >#BigBird		X4dWg9327	192.244.184.33/32
>> >#tama		localPasswdForControl 
>> >panix		passwd
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >On Sat, 30 Dec 1995, Stephen Couchman wrote:
>> >
>> >> I am trying to get ijppp (user ppp) to work, but I am running into one
>> >> problem after another.
>> >> 
>> >> I have taken the advice given to me lately concerning my /etc/ppp/ppp.conf
>> >> file.  This seems to setup my modem, etc. properly since the 'show modem'
>> >> command within ijppp displays the expected results.
>> >> 
>> >> The problem, however, is that ijppp cannot seem to talk to my modem.
>> >> 
>> >> The modem is connected to /dev/cuaa1.  I can use 'tip' to connect to the
>> >> modem, and dial out.
>> >> 
>> >> When I try to use the 'term' command from within ijppp, I get no response
>> >> from the modem.  The RD/SD lights on my modem do not flash.  I get the
same
>> >> response if I use the 'dial' command from within ijppp (after starting the
>> >> program with an ISP name found in my ppp.conf file.
>> >> 
>> >> BTW, when I use the 'term' or 'dial' command to access the modem using
>> >> /dev/cuaa1, a 'LCK..cuaa1' file is created in '/var/spool/lock'.
>> >> 
>> >> Any ideas??
>> >> 
>> >> Thanks -- Stephen
>> >> ______________________________
>> >> Stephen Couchman    | scouch@io.org
>> >> 
>> >
>> ______________________________
>> Stephen Couchman    | scouch@io.org
>> 
>
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Stephen Couchman    | scouch@io.org




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