On Fri, Oct 22, 2004 at 01:35:27PM +0100, garreth at arrow.webworld.ie wrote:
>> I have been using eircom.net's "free" dialup service (1892150150:
> eircomnet/eircomnet) for a few months, but recently decided to change over
> to a flatrate package as my usage had increased. The dialup number for the
> flatrate service ("Anytime") is 1893150150, with a specific username and
> password you get on subscription.
>> Heres the problem:
>> I'm using WvDial on Redhat 9. The PPPD daemon connects fine when I use the
> old free 1892150150 number, but won't connect to the flatrate 1893150150
> number. Its not a username/password issue, because I've used both
> connections succesfully with Windows PPP.
>> Has anyone come across this before? Nobody in eircom.net seems to know what
> I'm talking about.
Try setting Stupid Mode in your wvdial.conf. You'll probably have to
wait 30 seconds or so until wvdial gets fed up waiting for a prompt from
Eircom and just sends the username and password.
Things may have changed since I switched to ADSL, but those settings
used to work.
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