Subject: Re: ip connection using pppd and pap
To: Dave Huang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Wildasinn <email@example.com>
Date: 10/31/1997 19:16:56
I'm not sure about the /etc/syslog.conf stuff, but the ppp.setup.tgz files come
with connect-errors I think. Where do the log files live? Somewhere in /var?
Dave Huang wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Oct 1997, Brian Wildasinn wrote:
> > Sorry to keep nagging, but i really do need help firing up the modem and
> > fixing the
> > loopback thinggy which seems to be wreaking havoc. The only mention I
> Try turning on all the debug info you can (add "debug" to your ppp options
> file, and run chat with the "-v" flag. Make sure you have the log files
debug kdebug 1
until (sed -e "s/\$NUMBER/$NUMBER/g" -f $2 $3 >/tmp/chat-script; chat -r
/tmp/ppp-report -f /tmp/chat-script)
<for a complete list of my ppp files see:
> setup in /etc/syslog.conf too). Try to startup a connection and show us
how do i set up "/etc/syslog.conf"?
> the log files and hopefully we can help ya out. It sounds like either the
> modem isn't even dialing, or it dials and connects, but ppp on the other
> end doesn't get started.
Yep, the modem is a dead dog under netbsd right now, but works fine using
ConfigPPP in MacOS7.5.3. ---No dial tones, or nothin.
Is there a way --besides retyping by hand--to move bsd files such as lengthly
debugger filesd into an HSF partition?
Any help helps!