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Does anyone could show me how to setup my ppp on Slackware3.1.I have try and done soo many HOWTO doc,Website,but still can't help.I have the 2.0.0 Kernel and  2.2.0 ppp, any anwser wil do.
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First check whci COM port your modem is on, COM1 or COM2?
if COM1 then the modem is /dev/cua0, COM2=/dev/cua1

Got to the /sbin directory
edit the file ppp-on and modify it to reflect your information such as: phone number, loging name and password.

as root, type ppp-on to connect.
ppp-off to disconnect.

in you /etc/rc.d directory
edit rc.inet1 file and comment the last line for the default gateway ONLY if you're on a local network (LAN) otherwise leave it alone.

Let me know
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