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what does the "unknown host : ppp0" means whean I issue the pppd command. How do I make it work?
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How do you start ppp ?
Do you use a script, kppp, manual start or something else ?
What is your /etc/ppp/options file ?

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It was the options file. My typing mistake. Thnks.
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