Very few of these services will allow chatscripts nowadays ... isn't there a
way to tell it not to use the script and to send the normal PPP PAP / CHAP
u/n & pwd combos ?
> -----Original Message-----
> I'm trying to connect to an ISP with a palm pilot/irda mobile and it
> ain't working. It dials, connects (14400), and as per the login script
> waits for 'name:' - no quotes. I've tried oceanfree and indigo and both
> get stuck here.
>> The phone is a motorola timeport. It's a IIIe pilot, with the irda
> enhancemant and OS 3.1.1 . I know that 3.3 improves irda stuff, but guess
> who didn't find out the IIIe isn't flash-upgradable until after he bought
> it. doh.
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