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Old 02-25-2004, 04:48 PM   #1
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Red Hat 8.0 Internet Configuration Wizard


I am unable to get Wizard to install a second dial-up number. As a "newbie" I used the various settings from the "original" dial-up number [which does work]. I setup this number many months ago and have forgotten the steps.

With the original number the "Device" is listed as "ppp1". When I type in the data for the second number the "Device" is listed as "ppp0". This is the only difference I see between the two numbers, and it "appears" to me to be going "backwards" !!

When I try to "activate" the modem, "ppp1" works and "ppp0" does not !! This newbie needs so guidance.
 
  


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