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just loaded red hat 7.2 put in i.p. addresses that isp gave me, but when I try to connect it says that the modem is busy.
what can I do?
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Wait a few seconds and try again? Can you use a normal phone and dial the dial-in number, and see if the remote modem answers? Maybe the ISP server IS quite busy.
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