Re: dial-up networking

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Hi Res,

Thanks for replying.

On 9/23/07, Res <[email protected]> wrote:
> Do you use a multiport card?

No, I am simply using an external "US Robotics Message Modem". I
normally use KPPP and haven't got into wvdial and other stuff so far -
don't want to. Just wanna connect to the Internet using Fedora 7.

The thing that is VERY strange is: why Fedora 6 connected to the
Internet using KPPP for two weeks and why it (and everything until
Fedora 7) stopped doing the same after that? I simply need to connect
to the Internet using KPPP - that's it. It's there but I can't use it
- it is not working! I am at the height of frustration!

--
Thanks & regards,

Asif

> On Sun, 23 Sep 2007, Asif Lodhi wrote:
> > I have been using Red Hat OS since Red Hat 7.3. I used to connect to
> > the Internet using a dial-up internet connection through KPPP. I did
> > that successfully with Fedora 6 as well - only for around two weeks -
> > after that it started throwing an error message that there was no
> > carrier! Now I have Fedora 7 and the problem is the same. It refuses
> > to connect to the Internet from Linux from day 1 - it does
> > successfully from Windows. I don't understand why it got connected
> > using Fedora 6 initially and then started saying "No Carrier" after
> > two weeks. And I don't understand why I can't connect to the Internet
> > using KPPP from Fedora 7. Would anybody help me please?


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