Subject: Re: dialup server (pppd)
To: Miles Nordin <carton@Ivy.NET>
From: Chan Yiu Wah <email@example.com>
Date: 02/16/2000 15:34:03
Thank you for your information. I tried to work it out for the couple of
days. However, I still not yet successfully established the ppp link. I
have a few questions. I think you can be help.
On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, Miles Nordin wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Chan Yiu Wah wrote:
> > I need the pppd server
> You have to be patient and a fairly studly sysadmin to do this well. I
> did it (poorly) myself once.
> 1. Arrange to have your ``server'' answer the phone. The slickest way is
> to install and configure mgetty from pkgsrc. You may be able to get
> our uugetty(8) to answer the phone--there are even ppp entries in our
> example gettytab--but mgetty includes far greater complexity, to the
> ends of being better able to understand the strange command language of
> so-called ``smart'' modems. My prediction is that installing and
> reading about mgetty will save you time.
I had tried and successully installed and configured the mgetty. It can
be used to send out fax and received fax.
> This is by far the hardest part. I hope you bought a modem with lights
> on it!
> 2. Arrange to have pppd started once the phone is answered. Either make a
> fake user with pppd as her shell, or better yet have pppd started
> instead of /usr/bin/login. Some getty's (like ours, for example) are
> capable of automatically starting pppd if they see a ppp handshake.
> If you use pppd as a shell, your client will need a chat(8) script to
> login. If your getty can start ppp instead of login, then you need
> only use chat for dialing on the client side.
I had add a fake user with /usr/sbin/ppd as the login shell.
> 3. Provide the right config files to the server's pppd. pppd(8) will
> help. These are almost exactly the same as the client, except:
> o you must specify the IP address. there is no keyword for this--you
> just put the local_address:remote_address in the config file
I setup the /etc/ppp/options.tty00 which include the
> if you are using an IPv6-only network, I think you can skip this
> step, but I'm not sure exactly how pppd must be configured for IPv6.
However the system connect with very short period and then disconnect.
Here is the part of log messages.
======= messaages =======
Feb 16 22:42:50 lts159 pppd: Starting link
Feb 16 22:43:15 lts159 pppd: Serial connection established.
Feb 16 22:43:15 lts159 pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: Remote message: Login ok
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: Deflate (15) compression enabled
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: Couldn't delete default route: No such
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: Remote IP address changed to
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: IPCP terminated by peer (Unauthorized
remote IP address)
Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: LCP terminated by peer (No network
Feb 16 22:43:25 lts159 pppd: Connection terminated.
Feb 16 22:43:25 lts159 pppd: Connect time 0.1 minutes.
======= messaages =======
I can't go further. Can you help ? If you want all the config files, I
can send it to you. Thanks
> o you should set up authentication. either PAP, maybe based on the
> Unix passwd authentication subsystem, or better yet CHAP based on
> ppp-specific passwords.
> 4. Arrange the routing. If you want to set up one PPP link between two
> LAN's, you should go easy on yourself and use lots of IP address-space.
> o The two LAN's need to be different subnets.
> o The ppp link should have a subnet all to itself.
> o Upstream routers need to know how to get to your LAN B.
> LAN A | ne0, 192.168.10.22 on 192.168.10.0/24
> | ``server''|
> | ppp0, 192.168.0.1 on 192.168.0.0/24
> | modem |
> || telephone
> | modem |
> | ppp0, 192.168.0.2 on 192.168.0.0/24
> | ``client''|
> LAN B | tlp0, 192.168.11.1 on 192.168.11.0/24
> On the [default router]
> 192.168.11.0/24 -> 192.168.10.22
> On the ``server,''
> 192.168.11.0/24 -> 192.168.0.2
> default -> [default router]
> On the ``client,''
> default -> 192.168.0.1
> Use of fewer IP addresses is left as an exercise for the reader.
> Miles Nordin / v:+1 720 841-8308 fax:+1 530 579-8680
> 555 Bryant Street PMB 182 / Palo Alto, CA 94301-1700 / US