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What site can i get reearch for making a dial up server, what do i need and where can i get it.

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by:garboua
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try these
http://sourceforge.net/projects/startupserver/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/yainetplus/

they are NOT what you want exatly, BUT a great source code start for dialup that is.
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try these
http://sourceforge.net/projects/startupserver/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/yainetplus/

they are NOT what you want exatly, BUT a great source code start for dialup that is.
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Dialup server in linux is seperated into two parts: mgetty an pppd

You should put mgetty into /etc/inittab, with params, wich port to listen to, after wich call to pick up.

when mgetty got call, it looks into it's table and call appropriate application (Fax program, pppd, voicemail, etc).

pppd is a program that handles dial-up internet.

I don't know, what really you need to write to, but anyway, you could take a look at DIALUP-HOWTO first, then decide, what app you need to patch.

Source for mgetty, as well as source for pppd is redistributed under GPL, so this shouldn't be a problem

IMHO you don't need to dig into sources, you just need to set it all up. If i'm correct, just let me know, i could give you an example after few hours.
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hello? R U still there? did you find source code, or did you decidde to use umgetty?
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