hooking to isp problem

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when I try to connect to internet in Fedora 3, this is the output I get:



Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2
+FCLASS=0
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: OK
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: Sending: ATM1L3
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: ATM1L3
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: OK
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: Modem initialized.
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: Sending: ATDT6152630049
Jan 16 15:03:55 localhost wvdial[3750]: Waiting for carrier.
Jan 16 15:03:56 localhost wvdial[3750]: ATDT6152630049
Jan 16 15:04:18 localhost wvdial[3750]: CONNECT
37333/ARQ/V90/LAPM/V42BIS
Jan 16 15:04:18 localhost wvdial[3750]: Carrier detected.  Chatmode
finished.
Jan 16 15:04:18 localhost pppd[3737]: Serial connection established.
Jan 16 15:04:18 localhost pppd[3737]: Using interface ppp0
Jan 16 15:04:18 localhost pppd[3737]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS0
Jan 16 15:04:22 localhost pppd[3737]: Remote message: Invalid Login
Jan 16 15:04:22 localhost pppd[3737]: PAP authentication failed
Jan 16 15:04:25 localhost pppd[3737]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
Jan 16 15:04:25 localhost pppd[3737]: Modem hangup
Jan 16 15:04:25 localhost pppd[3737]: Connection terminated.
Jan 16 15:04:26 localhost pppd[3737]: Exit

Is it that Netzero (my isp) requires an encrypted password?  I have
carefully checked password and username. Have even used somebody else's
username and password, no luck. How would I know if this is problem on
my end or isp's end? Any thoughts?

Chris Langer
[email protected]



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