/etc/diald.conf has the lines
in it. Could this be problem? I should probably change the remote one to the
I didn't know that ppp would use diald.conf though (if this is the problem).
On 27-Feb-01 John_White at dell.com wrote:
See is your default route (0.0.0.0) set to the remote IP address . . .
Most likely not & this is your problem.
There's an option to ppp that does it, I think it's defaultroute . . .
route add default gw <IP>
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Date: 27-Feb-01, 15:38:30
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