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Old 03-25-2004, 04:49 PM   #1
duffboygrim
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Can I gett KPPP to start when I start a browser on a network machine?


Hi again!

I've now got my internet sharing sorted, the main problem after a few tweaks with the /etc and /etc/sysconfig network type files was I hadn't set the firewall to recieve DNS requests to the LAN

Anyway, my question now is do I have to go to my machine that has the internet connection and manually start KPPP to dial up to my ISP or can it be done on a client machine when I start Mozilla on it? Its a 56k dial up unfortuanately.
 
  


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