Inet access via serial interface
mariusz.potocki at hp.com
Thu Feb 28 15:36:23 UTC 2008
Any hint what relevant should be in rc.conf and ppp.conf?
Last time I used ppp dial-up when 3.1 release was the newest version, so I discover the system again...
From: Wojciech Puchar [mailto:wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl]
Sent: 28 lutego 2008 15:31
To: Potocki, Mariusz
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Inet access via serial interface
> FreeBSD is permanently connected to Internet (ethernet link to adsl modem).
> To serial port I have connected one radiomodem and few miles away second radiomodem is connected to windows box.
> This windows box should have access to Internet.
> I successfully installed 6.3release and I have Inet access on this box.
> What next? Create bridge? ppp -direct? some specialized port/package?
ppp -direct, on windoze side it's not that simple.
in windoze you can connect through serial port with dialing, but you can not without dialing.
feel the power of windoze ;)
emulate modem and connecting with chatscript ;) or ask microsoft how to make windows do LESS that it can.
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