ipaq 3870 <--> linux ppp failure - Handheld

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  1. ipaq 3870 <--> linux ppp failure

    Hi,
    I am using a iPAQ 3870, running Pocket PC version 3.0.11171 (Build
    11178). It runs on an ARM SA1110. I want to connect it to a Linux
    desktop that runs Redhat 9, so as to be able to transfer files.
    Some howto's I found suggested ppp. Here is the link I followed.
    Similar method is also mentioned on handhelds.org for establishing a
    ppp connection, he only difference being in the options of "chat".

    http://mstempin.free.fr/linux-ipaq/html/index.html

    Both cases I am getting a "connecting to host" pop-up on the iPAQ,
    followed by retries and finally failed.
    The linux host says "connect script failed"

    What might be the problem ?

    thanks
    'j'

  2. Re: ipaq 3870 <--> linux ppp failure

    Hi,
    I am using a iPAQ 3870, running Pocket PC version 3.0.11171 (Build
    11178). It runs on an ARM SA1110. I want to connect it to a Linux
    desktop that runs Redhat 9, so as to be able to transfer files.
    Some howto's I found suggested ppp. Here is the link I followed.
    Similar method is also mentioned on handhelds.org for establishing a
    ppp connection, he only difference being in the options of "chat".

    http://mstempin.free.fr/linux-ipaq/html/index.html

    Both cases I am getting a "connecting to host" pop-up on the iPAQ,
    followed by retries and finally failed.
    The linux host says "connect script failed"

    What might be the problem ?

    here are the details, contents of /etc/ppp/peers/ipaq:
    ------------------------
    -detach
    noauth
    nocrtscts
    lock
    #user ppp
    asyncmap 0
    #connect '/usr/sbin/chat -V -t5 ogin--login: ppp'
    connect "/usr/sbin/chat -V -t7 'ATZ\r' OK 'AT\r' OK 'ATE0V1&C1&D2\r' \
    OK 'ATS7=120\r' OK 'ATX3\r' OK 'ATDT' CONNECT"
    /dev/ttyS0
    115200
    192.168.0.1:192.168.0.100
    -----------------------------
    /var/log/messages contains:
    Nov 4 16:57:29 athena pppd[2888]: pppd 2.4.1 started by root, uid 0
    Nov 4 16:57:37 athena pppd[2888]: Connect script failed
    Nov 4 16:57:38 athena pppd[2888]: Exit.

    --------------------------------------

    command prompt output:
    [root@athena root]# /usr/sbin/pppd -d call ipaq
    CLIENTCLIENTCLIENTConnect script failed

  3. Re: ipaq 3870 <--> linux ppp failure

    Hi,
    I am using a iPAQ 3870, running Pocket PC version 3.0.11171 (Build
    11178). It runs on an ARM SA1110. I want to connect it to a Linux
    desktop that runs Redhat 9, so as to be able to transfer files.
    Some howto's I found suggested ppp. Here is the link I followed.
    Similar method is also mentioned on handhelds.org for establishing a
    ppp connection, he only difference being in the options of "chat".

    http://mstempin.free.fr/linux-ipaq/html/index.html

    Both cases I am getting a "connecting to host" pop-up on the iPAQ,
    followed by retries and finally failed.
    The linux host says "connect script failed"

    What might be the problem ?

    here are the details, contents of /etc/ppp/peers/ipaq:
    ------------------------
    -detach
    noauth
    nocrtscts
    lock
    #user ppp
    asyncmap 0
    #connect '/usr/sbin/chat -V -t5 ogin--login: ppp'
    connect "/usr/sbin/chat -V -t7 'ATZ\r' OK 'AT\r' OK 'ATE0V1&C1&D2\r' \
    OK 'ATS7=120\r' OK 'ATX3\r' OK 'ATDT' CONNECT"
    /dev/ttyS0
    115200
    192.168.0.1:192.168.0.100
    -----------------------------
    /var/log/messages contains:
    Nov 4 16:57:29 athena pppd[2888]: pppd 2.4.1 started by root, uid 0
    Nov 4 16:57:37 athena pppd[2888]: Connect script failed
    Nov 4 16:57:38 athena pppd[2888]: Exit.

    --------------------------------------

    command prompt output:
    [root@athena root]# /usr/sbin/pppd -d call ipaq
    CLIENTCLIENTCLIENTConnect script failed

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