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I am trying to use Solaris 2.5.1 to dial into an ISP that uses dynamic IP addressing.  They use 4 terminal servers, each (obviously) with it's own IP address.  I cannot control which machine answers/authenticates me, so I don't see any way of knowing which remote address to use in the "ifconfig" line in asppp.cf.  Is there a way around this, or am I screwed?

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Michael Schrimshaw
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 This might be wrong, but I'll say it anyways..have you tried 1.1.1.1?  talk to you soon...Adam
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