[oclug]pppd demand dialing
peter at vibert.ca
Sun Jan 5 15:34:12 EST 2003
At Sunday, 5 January 2003, you wrote:
>You'll need to put some IP in there to use demand dialing as you know.
>You should be able to use ipcp-accept-local & ipcp-accept-remote in
>/etc/ppp/options (or a peers file) to get pppd to negotiate an IP
>for each end of the link & over-write the ones specified in the files.
>IIRC, this is how I used to do it when doing demand-dialing under
This is what it does, and gets the proper local and remote IP addresses.
My wonder is to why and what it does by starting:
pppd 184.108.40.206:220.127.116.11 /dev/ttyS1
The IP address is cisco.zeuter.com, which is logical, as the script
I used to set up the internet was written by Tim Burden<tburden at zeuter.
com>. Does my computer do anything with 18.104.22.168? Can I put some
other IP in there instead? If so, what can it be?
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