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how do i setup a ppp connection

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how do i setup a ppp connection, on suse's 5.3 using
kppp,i can get it connect for about 50sec
i think its not verifying un/pw
can some tell me how to use correct script or what ever
iam new to linux, HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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why kppp?..... use ezppp... much easier to use..... get it from

http://www.serv.net/~cameron/ezppp/

bluepet
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by:thommes
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Did you already try the "pppd" command which is a part of any linux distribution
My pppd caused no problems.
There is also a pppd-howto somewhere on your cd´s or try the suse-homepage
and the link support-forum.

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