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set a linux box as ppp server

Posted on 1998-11-11
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hi all!!!

if one of yours know how can I set my linux box as ppp server from X, please add a comment (with Linuxconf I think can only set as ppp client)

thanks
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Question by:picurel
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by:JBURGHARDT
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There is howto on this topic at wwwlinux.org but you will need to use pico in xwindows
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There are more than one way to do this but none from X as far as I know.  What I would suggest is that you setup mgetty.  It has pritty good documentaation on how to create a ppp connection and it works quite well.
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You can set mgetty using linuxconf
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by:backbone
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Yes use mgetty or configure it by linuxconf or configure it manually..
mail me at backbone@jh.unc.edu.ph
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