Clifford Kite wrote:

> Daniel wrote:
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>>Daniel wrote:
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>>>Dual Boot Win98 and Mandravis 2007 system. Posting this using my Win98
>>>profile.
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>>Clifford Kite then commented that I was probably using the winmodem on
>>the Linux side but I'm actually using an external Motorola Lifestyle
>>28.8, if that makes a difference! He then examined the Kppp logfile and

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> It makes a difference in that win/HCF/HSF "modems" are driven in part by
> software, which makes them more of an unknown quantity than a real modem.
> And, to the best of my knowledge, all external modems are real modems.
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>>commented:-

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> The other comments are now pretty much irrelevant.
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>>All of which produced the following in deamonlog:-
>>Dec 27 22:38:24 localhost pppd[3558]: pppd 2.4.3 started by root, uid 0
>>Dec 27 22:38:24 localhost pppd[3558]: using channel 1
>>Dec 27 22:38:24 localhost pppd[3558]: Using interface ppp0
>>Dec 27 22:38:24 localhost pppd[3558]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS0
>>Dec 27 22:38:24 localhost pppd[3558]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 >>0xa0000> ]

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> Try adding the pppd option "default-asyncmap" to determine if it's a
> race condition causing the problem. This option forces both sides to
> use the Point to Point _Protocol_ default asyncmap so that all control
> characters are escaped in both directions. If that option allows the
> negotiations to complete then it is a race condition. This really needs
> to be resolved before any more dialog on the problem takes place.
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> The rest of the PPP log is essentially a replay of the previous log.
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>>and, as I was closing the terminal, I noticed some lines that were
>>interesting:-

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>>[root@localhost daniel]# kppp

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> It's kppp being kppp..
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>>[root@localhost daniel]#

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>>Does any of this help someone get me online using MD2007??

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> Well, not me, not yet. And from the lack of significant hits by a couple
> of google searches it doesn't appear likely that anyone else will either.
> Hope I'm wrong about that.
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>>TIA

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>>Daniel

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You da man, Clifford, You da man!!

I added your "default-asyncmap" to the options file, after the asyncmap
0xa0000 line, and I can now dial in and get on the net, bit slow at 9600
baud, but I'll work on that.

Thank you, one and all.

Daniel

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