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Old 08-11-2004, 10:15 PM   #1
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Cannot connect to the internet with cipe

I just got wireless broadband. Let me say that getting it to run on more than one computer because of the provider was very difficult. I now have it on the winxp desktop and on the winxp laptop via/wireless just fine. my problem is getting it to work with my linux box. it is connected to a hub, and i am trying to creat the vpn connection, which is what I have to use for this provider. I tried to make the connection with cipe but it comes up with an error message saying "missing required ipaddr setting" I presume I am not putting the provider ip in the right place, but im really lost so who knows. any help would be great! thanks


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