No I ended up using pppd to do the demand dialing.
I can send you the config files from work tomorow if you want
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Flynn" <pflynn at imbolc.ucc.ie>
To: "Shamage" <shamage at esatclear.ie>
Cc: <cork at linux.ie>
Sent: Sunday, June 03, 2001 9:57 PM
Subject: Re: [CLUG] diald
> > I had great problems setting up diald with irish isp's
> > I ended up using pppd to do the demand dialing chack out man pppd
> > or give me a shout if you want more info.
>> I'm not sure I understand this. All ISPs use ppp anyway so I don't
> quite get what you mean by "ended up using pppd". What I can't get
> working is diald itself: it's asking for features that were only
> introduced a few weeks ago in 2.4x How the f*ck it ever worked is
> beyond me. The doc is quite unbelievably bad, and as usual with these
> things concentrates on borderline cases and special parameters and
> never once addresses the normal standards that most users have:
> simple phone line dialup with PAP to a ISP's ppp server.
> Cork maillist - Cork at linux.ie>http://www.linux.ie/mailman/listinfo/cork>
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