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SubjectRe: ppp and 2.1.126/2.1.125
On Wed, 4 Nov 1998, Michael Talbot-Wilson wrote:

> On Tue, 3 Nov 1998, flewid wrote:
> > well, ive tried using 2.0.35 and ppp works just fine in 2.0.35, im using
> > the 2.3.5 kernel drivers, and the 2.3.5 pppd binary, with 2.1.125 and
> > 2.1.126, ive tried with 2.3.5 kernel drivers, and 2.3.5 pppd binary, ive
> > also tried with the drivers that come with the kernel (2.3.3 i believe)
> > still did'nt work, i also tried with 2.3.3 patched for glibc2 and for the
> > 2.1.X kernels, and it still didn't work, i have /etc/modules.conf setup
> What happens with Linux 2.1.122, with pppd-2.3.5 linked with glibc2
> but not patched for glibc2, with the 2.3.3 kernel support and with
> the kernel support included in the kernel (no module)?
> You say it dials then "just sits there". Does it negotiate the link
> before it just sits there? If not, what is being received at the
> remote (ISP) end?

well, for me it doesnt negotiate the link before it sits there. like it
dials, then sits there. it seems to be a problem like setting up the
default route, ive checked /etc/ to make sure the files in there are
correct, and they seem to be, recently i tried using slip, but i can't get
it working either, altho, i think its a problem in my slip.dip i havent
tried 2.1.122 think i should try it?

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