What trigers PPP?
fixx at fixx.co.za
Tue May 6 04:24:08 PDT 2003
Will this stop the box from using ppp at all? That is not what i want if
it is :)
The ppp should still work with nat and all, but only if someone with
access on the squid server send a gateway request through it
On Tue, 6 May 2003, CARTER Anthony wrote:
> Try /etc/rc.conf
> the default file should be /etc/defaults/rc.conf
> you should find ppp_enable ="YES" somewhere...
> what you can do is in rc.conf just add:
> ppp_enable="NO" to the end...That should stop it...
> This is on 5.0 Current, and I don't know 4.7, so I don't know if this actually
> applies to you...Someone else may confirm this...I could be wrong.
> On Tuesday 06 May 2003 13:14, Wayne Swart wrote:
> > Lo
> > We have a dial on demand server at a client. Running FreeBSD4.7-RELEASE.
> > The server act as a gateway and has squid and samba running on it.
> > Ony certain ppl on the lan are allowed access to the squid, but all the
> > netbios.
> > Something triggers the ppp on this box and I can't find what exactly it
> > is.
> > All the gateway and DNS settings have been removed from all the client
> > pc's on the lan (running windows 2000 prof. (if that helps)). That caused
> > the ppp to kick in everytime someone made even a netbios request through
> > the server.
> > Now we have removed all of them, but the ppp still kicks in every now and
> > then (more often than what is specified in crontab).
> > I took a look at the tcpdump logs as well, and that shows only netbios
> > requests from the inside to other boxes on the inside, nothing goes out
> > via tun0, according to tcpdump, is there anything else i can look for?
> > Any help is appreciated...
> > Wayne
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