On Thu, 8 Jan 2004 22:55:25 +0000 (UTC), Bill Unruh wrote:
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> Iguanaman writes:
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: send (AT^M)




> Damn suse. They alter pppd. And sometimes their alterations are stupid.


> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: expect (OK)
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: AT^M^M
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: OK
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: -- got it
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: send (ATDT5472107^M)
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: expect (CONNECT)
> ]Jan 8 09:53:32 linux chat[3186]: ^M
> ]Jan 8 09:53:58 linux chat[3186]: ATDT5472107^M^M
> ]Jan 8 09:53:58 linux chat[3186]: CONNECT
> ]Jan 8 09:53:58 linux chat[3186]: -- got it
> ]Jan 8 09:53:58 linux chat[3186]: send ( \d)
> ]Jan 8 09:53:59 linux pppd[3185]: Serial connection established.
> ]Jan 8 09:53:59 linux pppd[3185]: using channel 2
> ]Jan 8 09:53:59 linux pppd[3185]: Using interface ppp0
> ]Jan 8 09:53:59 linux pppd[3185]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS1
> ]Jan 8 09:54:00 linux pppd[3185]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 > ]0x0> ]
> ]Jan 8 09:54:27 linux last message repeated 9 times
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> This means that the other side is NOT running ppp. Nothing you can do.
> you have to find out why they are not running ppp. It does not look like
> they want you to log in either.
> Phone them and ask them. Do you know that they provide ppp?
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> ]Jan 8 09:54:30 linux pppd[3185]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
> ]Jan 8 09:54:30 linux pppd[3185]: Connection terminated.
> ]Jan 8 09:54:31 linux pppd[3185]: Exit.
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Ahhhh. The plot thickens.


AC