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Hi, can enyone please tell me or give me some information on how to put my isp login script into a dialup process.
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by:ahoffmann
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do you mean the script which dials to your ISP, or do you mean the script which runs (after connected to ISP) during login?
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I mean the script which isp provide and run after dialing during login process
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do you have telnet acces to your ISP?
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oops, hit the wrong button, should be a commnt, sorry.
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by:powelly
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Have you tried using XISP? You just enter the phone number, username and password. It does the rest so there's no messing around with scripts.
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There are linux packages that take care of both dialing and logging into your ISP.  For example debian has a program called wvdial which takes care of the problem you described.  I believe red hat has a similar program.  If you can't run wvdial because of your distribution, you can get the program and see how it works, and work on a script from there.
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Thank you for all who have respond to my message. But I think i should close this article. because i already work out how to get it connected
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/usr/doc/ppp or pppd has example scripts just change username passwords and phonenumbers in the exmaple scripts and it will work just fine.  

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