Subject: Re: dialup server (pppd)
To: Chan Yiu Wah <email@example.com>
From: Frederick Bruckman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/16/2000 04:43:25
On Wed, 16 Feb 2000, Chan Yiu Wah wrote:
> > > Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: Remote IP address changed to
> > > 126.96.36.199
> > > Feb 16 22:43:21 lts159 pppd: IPCP terminated by peer (Unauthorized
> > > remote IP address)
> Feb 16 17:02:34 pc77 pppd: Peer is not authorized to use remote
> address 188.8.131.52
> Feb 16 17:02:34 pc77 pppd: Connection terminated.
You have four different ip addresses here, where there should only be two.
Are either of 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11 valid ips? Neither one
looks up for me. In any case, I would set up the ppp link as a private
network. The server gets
and not much else, and the client gets only...
so you can make any required changes on the server. You don't even
need to specify a tty and baud rate--the getty does that for you.
"silent persist" is also wrong if you're using a getty with a "ppp"
With that arrangement, you'll be able to telnet/ftp/rsh from the
server to the Mac client and vice-versa. Once you get ppp working, you
can complete the set-up by supplying legal addresses in the server
options and setting up routes, or by setting up ipnat on the server.