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Old 07-15-2001, 01:15 PM   #1
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Exclamation kppp and dialup

I'm using the kppp to access my ISP. My problem is: when I setting the dial-up features in Windows 9x, I'm leave all by default except one: I'm disable "Enter to network" (A don't know, how it will be correct, cause I'm using non-english windows). In W2K I does not see this feature, but all still working. So, when I'm connecting to Inet all goes good till the kppp trying to enter the network. I'm unable to read the full-featured HOWTO cause my language problem so, if some body knowns, what I directly should do. or elsecase tell me, pls, link to any documents descrybing this software or directly pppd.
Old 07-15-2001, 05:09 PM   #2
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I am unsure of the problem your trying to say but you can read the modem and ppp howto's at

Are you saying when its trying to login into the network, it dies there are what are some specific error messages you recieve when using kppp?


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