sorry, meant connecting to a lan (which incidentally has a gateway on it).
>From: David Dorgan <davidd at sponge.xevion.net>
>To: Kevin O'Riordan <k_oriordan at hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [CLUG] manually configuring internet access
>Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 10:04:45 -0500
>Quoting Kevin O'Riordan (k_oriordan at hotmail.com):
> > Does anyone have a guide on how to manually set up a machine for access
> > the internet? Location of configuration files etc.?
>>depends, you mean user land ppp?
>run pppconfig if you have it, if not,
>look in /etc/ppp, options, the secret files etc..
>>Mind you, it's still easier to use a command line version of a
>dialup tool, generally.
>>Just set the options, then put provider into in /etc/ppp/providers
>then fill in the pap or chap secrets file
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