> someway to check the connection and report the status to a windows user.
> John mentioned imon, which isnt exactly what im looking for but imontty
> should do the trick along with a few scripts.
I run a small webserver along with a bash script to let users check if the
line is up.
isdnctrl status ippp0 lists the status of the line.
It's not particularly pretty, but a Windows user with a web browser can
tell me easily enough what the isdn line (among other things) is up to.
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