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Old 07-18-2003, 04:32 AM   #1
beng
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Has anyone got dial-on-demand working for DSL??


Hi All

I am trying to setup a DSL connection which supports 'dial-on-demand'. I am using RH8. I have search this forum and read many articles, but am unable to find anything directly relating to DSL. I understand that pppoe and ppp are very similar, but I am not sure how similar. When I look in '/etc/ppp/' I find many different files, all of which are mentioned at some stage in one or several of the articles I have read. But with so many options I don't know which one to use. Each article seems to have slightly different methods, furthermore they are all for dialup connections.

Has anyone been successful in setting up a dial-on-demand connection for DSL? If so how did you do it?

Regards, Ben
 
  


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