Subject: Re: isdnd & /etc/rc.d/network
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/08/2003 23:08:22
In article <20030408225522.GL163@phaeton.entropie.net>,
Martin Weber <Ephaeton@gmx.net> wrote:
>I'm here on behalf of a friend of mine who just updated to
>-current (from some very strange and tweaked nbsd-1.5 + i4bsd),
>and he reports a strange thing. He is not the type of guy who
>will fiddle with a working setup, so I come here asking for
>advice before I want to take it on to him.
>He had a problem with setting up his isdn connection. He ran
>auto_ifconfig=YES before, and created a isdn config file like
>is suggested, plus put isdnd=YES into his /etc/rc.conf. Now
>at startup time, obviously there was no ippp0 already, so it
>was not found by ifconfig when auto-configuration was taking
>place. He has an ifconfig.ippp0 file there and in place.
ippp0 should be there already.
does he have a line like
pseudo-device ippp 2 # synchronous PPP over ISDN
in his config?