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im looking for a way to start and run a PPPoE conecot on my proy server without using my ISP's bulky software.
the system is runing windows 2000 pro w/SP4.

im looking for something that can dial it like a dial-up conection. (like XP dose)
i am open to other methods as well. i any can think of some. my isp's soft where has a tendace of trying to spy on my comp so it has too go.
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I'm using PPPoE by Robert Schlabbach http://www.raspppoe.com/
You will be able to connect to your provider like dialup connection.
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