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Old 11-08-2007, 01:54 AM   #1
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Question PPP configuration on CentOS


I have implemented iSCSI Target interface for a NAS Appliance. Need to add authentication mechanism while accessing the Target through different Initiators like, Microsoft iSCSI Initiator, Linux iSCSI Initiator, etc. I am using CentOS Linux distribution for development.

How do I configure PPP on CentOS ? Have to use CHAP & PAP authentication mechanism for authenticating between Initiators & Target. I want to use CHAP & PAP mechanism ONLY for iSCSI Target & Initiators.

I have gone through the HowTo of PPP. But could not find anything specific to CentOS. If anyone has worked on CentOS, please provide some pointers.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.



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