On Thu, 5 Jul 2001, Declan Grady wrote:
> Also, ... I remember something about pppd having a demand option, but how do
> i configure this, or should I stick to diald ?
it's up to you. you have a lot more control with diald as to what type
of packets should count towards 'on-demand' and which should be
> .. and .. does it make any difference in my ipchains rules, which device I
> use ... ppp0 or the psuedo-device that diald creates (slip0 ?)
you only need to setup rules for ppp0. the only packets that will ever
come in on the dummy interface will be from your local machine.
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