Subject: Re: pppoe
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ian Thomas <email@example.com>
Date: 05/13/2003 19:02:47
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On Tuesday, May 13, 2003, at 04:19 PM, Martin Husemann wrote:
> This is on the wishlist. Most IPSs I've dealt with deliver pretty
> nameserver settings, so enabling query-dns on pppoe0 and using
> pppoectl -n 1 -n 2 pppoe0
This didn't get either DNS server for me. I copied them from an OS X
system that was directly connected, into resolv.conf.
> and the tweaking /etc/resolv.conf manually always worked for me.
> the output is easily scriptable, so a few lines of shell code should do
> the trick, I guess. Patches to pppoectl or example shell scripts
> please use send-pr ;-)
I'll try messing around with it and look at the code. I'll send-pr.
Side note. pppoe wasn't working consistently for me in 1.6. It
seemed to be a problem with the MTU setting. Some pages weren't
displaying and others were. 1.6.1 fixed the problem and I no longer
have to use the rp-pppoe package for pppoe. I haven't looked at the
code to see where the fix was, or if it was just network strangeness at
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