From: Brian O'Donoghue (cout at domain eircom.net)
Date: Sat 20 Oct 2001 - 00:09:44 IST
wvdial has probably set the serial connection too high, though maybe not?
in /etc/wvdial.conf set the baud rate to something like 33600 ok?
now edit your startup files to say
setserial /dev/ttyS0me_port spd_hi so even if wvdial requests a connect
at domain 33600 the port is effectively used at domain what 56700 or something like that?
Also the initialization string could be wrong for an isdn modem.
If you have the modem manual or some kind of supplied windows utility,
try to get the correct init strings and supply them in place of the
default wvdial strings or something?
>On Fri, Oct 19, 2001 at 12:25:20PM +0100, lbedford.org at domain netnoteinc.com wrote:
>>>I can happily connect to the device and give it commands and make it dial
>>>and it connects quite happily, but if I use wvdial (eventually I'll use
>>>diald) it doesn't make a ppp connection. Looking in the logs I see that I
>>>send a load of LCP ConfReq messages to which I seem to get no response. I've
>>>tried using stupid mode in wvdial.conf but that made no difference. I've
>>>also tried various providers (UTV Internet, which I want to use, Eircom, and
>>>Vianet) but they're all the same.
>>hmm.. surely wvdial won't work, because it's trying to run PPPd, and ISDN
>>uses ippd. You haven't gone to analogue, you're just using AT commands.
>No, it should work (I'm following someone else's instructions) because
>you're then running ppp over /dev/ttyI0. Mind you, it should but it doesn't
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