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Old 06-03-2004, 07:01 AM   #1
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accepting isdn ppp connections


Anybody out there who knows how to accept isdn connection requests with linux? I wanna be able to connect from any windows PC to my Home PC (SuSE linux 8.1) via isdn. I will use that for File Transfers and things.

I don´t want to use any internet connection. Just dialing the Home PC´s number with windows. Sadly I´m not that experienced with isdn and how it works with linux... But i think it should be possible.

If someone could give me instructions on how to do that or where to start i would really appreciate it.

Old 06-03-2004, 07:40 AM   #2
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Sorry, dont have a lot of time:

Look for mingetty

this is made to make a modem wait for answer and then chap to a ppp connection...

Good luck!


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