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Date:      Fri, 06 Jun 1997 08:39:57 -0400 (EDT)
From:      Patrick Gardella <patrick@cre8tivegroup.com>
To:        Joshua Fielden <shag@concentric.net>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   RE: PPP problems.
Message-ID:  <XFMail.970606084359.patrick@cre8tivegroup.com>
In-Reply-To: <3397C412.AB9A87F9@concentric.net>

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Joshua,

I use concentric.net as my ISP as well, so maybe my ppp.conf will help you.  
Here it is:


concentric:
 set phone 2522113
 set openmode active
 deny chap 
 accept pap
 set authname g304090
 set authkey  ****
 set ifaddr 10.10.11.11/0 206.173.96.3/0 255.255.255.0
 add 0 0 10.10.11.11
 set timeout 0

You will also need to add a default route after you type "ppp -auto whatever"  
For my ppp.conf, it would be :

route add default 206.173.96.3

Although that IP could be changed to whatever you want, since the "/0" at the
end says "I don't care if you use any of the bits I have suggested."  Just make 
sure the second IP of the "ifaddr" and the "route add" line match.

Let me know if this works.

Patrick

On 06-Jun-97 Joshua Fielden wrote:
>Well, I almost got my PPP to work... :-/ I can get -auto to work fine,
>dial, and even connect.... but then nothing happens. My ppp.log shows
>the last two line of any connection as 
>
>
>LCP: state change Initial --> closed
>LCP: state change Closed --> stopped
>
>
>       If I set openmode active, I get a chunk of what boils down to requests
>being sent from my machine, then it finally gives up. I have searched
>the archives for this problem, and see it has shown up before, but there
>never seems to be a resolution to any of the threads in the archives.
>They all seem to end up saying "talk to your ISP" but my ISP will not
>deal with anyone running any sort of U*ix system. Anyone got any ideas?
>I can use PPP fine in 95/NT/Dos, BTW, and under BSD, I can cu to my
>shell and telnet/PPP from there, so the hardware is fine and works. BTW,
>I am running 2.1.5-Release.
>-- 
>SCSI is *not* magic.  There are many technical
>reasons why it is occasionally nessicary to 
>sacrifice a small goat to your SCSI chain.
> --Joshua Fielden
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