IIRC pon sets up the pppd to connect using the pppconfig files ... these
conflict with diald (ie: diald can't work with pon ... you'll have to either
specify a different pppconfig file, or set up the po[n|ff] scripts to use an
pon gets pppd to do the dialling ... and when diald starts pppd, pppd tries
to do the dialling, thereby hanging up ...
Beyond that I can't recall what I did to resolve the issue ... I did get it
working once, so good luck ...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Gay [SMTP:johngay at eircom.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 22:42
> To: ilug at linux.ie> Subject: [ILUG] Still having problems with diald : (
>> I have spent the last few days trying to get diald to work for my new
> pon and poff work for connecting and disconnecting. I've even got a script
> dials Oceanfree correctly, but pppd never starts. I've watched both
> /var/log/messages and /var/log/ppp.log using both pon and diald. It seems
> doesn't start ppp after the connection is made. If someone want to have a
> at the log messages and scripts, I'll send them on. I just don't want to
> the entire list.
>> Thanks for the help, and I can't wait to get this diald working!
>> John Gay
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