>> On Fri, 16 Jun 2000, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> > > I'm using kernel 2.4.0-test1, XIsp 2.6p1 and pppd 2.4.0b2.
> > > My logs say CHAP authentication failed; both my chap and pap secret
> > > files contain <username>, <tab>, <asterisk>, <tab>, <password>.
> > Just set the DNS explicitly, or use someone elses DNS.
> I set them in the TCP/IP options of XIsp (this passes it on to pppd),
> but it still just waits for timeout after dialing. Same settings as the
> free variant, only the telephone number, name and password have changed.
>> > > Should I go for Esat's £20 pedr month/all free service? Is there
> > > Any way to activate that thing from Linux?
> > Yes, and it rocks. I'm using it as we speak.
> Must I use windoze to set up an account?
No, you just ring them, get an application form, and send it in.
Everything else is just config.
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