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Old 01-13-2004, 04:38 AM   #1
gmichel
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Is Kppp working properly?


Hi!

I wonder if kppp is working properly?

Here in Thailand, ISPs are terrible and I am moving from one to another ...
Connections are very slow but it seems that Linux is even slower than Windowz. Is there a way to check if modem or kppp work properly?

Some time the connection seems to freeze and no data comes in or out, especialy after I send mail with mozilla through smtp. My only way out is to disconnect. How can I know if the problem is due to modem, kppp or ISPs before I make a nervous breakdown?

Thanks.

Michel

 
  


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