On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> I've tried this out now and all goes fine, except the pppd doesn't seem to
> connect (you don't get the "connected" message as per Caolan's howto).
> I've added full user at utv.... lines to /etc/ppp/pap-secrets (and chap just
> to see). I've changed the line in the peers/dsl-provider to nas0 not eth0.
> The nas0 interface comes up and has RX & TX bytes. the route is not added,
> but I think that's because the pppd isn't connecting.
Duh! Sorry didn't even think look in the syslog. My chap-secrets file had
the wrong server set which should be of the form:
xxxxxx at adsl.utvinternet.ie UTV-ESAT-01 xxxxxxxx
Working great now.
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