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Old 02-08-2004, 06:25 AM   #1
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Question kppp dialing into a NT Ras callback server


The question is this .. has anybody used kppp to dial into a NT Ras callback server? I was wondering what the login script looks like.

I dial into work (pretty pathetic being we're in the world of broadbad now, cheap people at work can't spring for something more up to date) to do miscellaneous things. I still use the windows side to do it right now .. but would LOVE to get this over on linux!

I've done my googling and the only thing I ever come back with is howto set up a RAS callback server. Which is what I don't need .. I need the other half of the equation!

If somebody could help it'd be great!

Old 02-10-2004, 06:00 PM   #2
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Strange .. nobody has any clue on this. I'll still sit here and wait for an answer.


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