Marco Greene (ML)
mweg at sympatico.ca
Thu Mar 17 12:31:57 PST 2005
Thanks...that worked. I just found ip-up/ip-down in the pppd man page, but
I guess that is not what I was really after for running something after a
userland connection comes up.
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[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Aftab Jahan
Sent: March 18, 2005 3:00 AM
To: FreeBSD List
Subject: Re: /etc/ppp/ip-up
It works fine for me.
But my file name is ppp.linkup, according to man ppp
and I used the following way
MakHine# cat ppp.linkup
!bg sh -c "sleep 75;/usr/local/bin/noip2 -U 59"
Aftab Jahan Subedar
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Marco Greene (ML) wrote:
>I have found a few postings regarding the /etc/ppp/ip-up and ip-down
>and the fact that they do not work. I am experiencing the same thing and I
>have tried all of the hints that I found in those threads but with little
>success. I would really like to use these scripts. Are there any hints?
>-I have set the permissions to 555
>-#!/bin/sh is the first line in the script
>Are there any other things that I may have missed?
>Note: pppoe is setup as per the handbook with a few modifications as found
>on one of the links given by the handbook.
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