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Hi everyone I'm using GNU/LinEx (based on Debian) on a DELL Inspiron 8500 and I've tried to connect to the Internet through a Conceptronic PCMCIA modem (model C56CLS) using GNOME ...
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- 10-02-2004 #1
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- Jun 2004
connexion with PPP through PCMCIA modem - PPP: Not enabled
I'm using GNU/LinEx (based on Debian) on a DELL Inspiron 8500 and I've tried to connect to the Internet through a Conceptronic PCMCIA modem (model C56CLS) using GNOME PPP.
The thing is I've tried several options:
-just entering the phone number, the password and user name;
-either selecting /dev/modem or /dev/ss0ty1, which is the device selected when I press "Detect"
-also entering my IP, the domain name, DNS 1 and DNS 2...
but the result is always the same. Here's the log file produced when it's trying to connect:
--> WvDial: Internet dialer version 1.54.0 --> Initializing modem. --> Sending: ATZ M1L3 ATZ M1L3 OK --> Sending: ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2 +FCLASS=0 ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2 +FCLASS=0 OK --> Modem initialized. --> Sending: ATDT908200025 --> Waiting for carrier. ATDT908200025 CONNECT 115200 --> Carrier detected. Waiting for prompt. .TdE PROHIBIDO CUALQUIER ACCESO NO AUTORIZADO . Login: --> Looks like a login prompt. --> Sending: telefonicanet@telefonicanet telefonicanet@telefonicanet Password: --> Looks like a password prompt. --> Sending: (password) PPP: Not enabled ascend% --> Hmm... a prompt. Sending "ppp". ppp PPP: Not enabled ascend% --> Hmm... a prompt. Sending "ppp". ppp PPP: Not enabled ascend% --> Hmm... a prompt. Sending "ppp".
These are the details produced when it's "connected" for those 30 seconds:
GNOME PPP - DETAILS Address Unknown Destination Unknown Received 0.0 B Sent 0.0 B
I hope someone has a clue and can guide me towards the solution. Thank you very much.
- 10-02-2004 #2
the process of connection is
1) Modem dials
2) Internet Service Providers modem answers
3) Both modems handshake (note :- if you put W2 into the modem initialisation string (ie. before it dials) you will get returned the true connection speed)
4) Your PC then connects to the Internet Service Providers (ISP) router/gateway (thath's what the userid / password stuff is all about)
5) Once passed the userid / password tests, your PC should try and start PPP (Point to Point Protocol) between itself and the ISP's router/gateway.
It is point (5) that is failing. I'm just wondering if you have that PPP will do all of the security checks (some ISPs allow you to use CHAP and/or PAP to do the security checking, and this uses PPP instead of the rather old fashion logging on process). So you may like to play around with that.
Also, do you get the pppd (PPP daemon) running at all? Try a ps -alx at a terminal.
good luck, you're almost there
Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS
- 10-03-2004 #3
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- Jun 2004
Sorry, bad post. How do i delete it?
- 10-03-2004 #4
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- Jun 2004
PAP/CHAP & pppd
Thank you so much for your reply. Although the PAP/CHAP bit wasn't very clear to me as what I should do exactly, I least it's suggested me a particular path to follow I apologise as this post might have gotten too long...
Well, I've been reading "man pppd" and subsequently I've messed with the /etc/ppp/chap-secrets and /etc/ppp/pap-secrets, and this is what they contain (I'm not too sure whether they're ok):
File: /etc/ppp/chap-secrets (Does the "secret" value = password?)Code:
# Secrets for authentication using CHAP # client server secret IP addresses ---Code:
# INBOUND connections # Every regular user can use PPP and has to use passwords from /etc/passwd * hostname "" * # UserIDs that cannot use PPP at all. Check your /etc/passwd and add any # other accounts that should not be able to use pppd! guest hostname "*" - master hostname "*" - root hostname "*" - support hostname "*" - stats hostname "*" - # OUTBOUND connections # Here you should add your userid password to connect to your providers via # PAP. The * means that the password is to be used for ANY host you connect # to. Thus you do not have to worry about the foreign machine name. Just # PAP. The * means that the password is to be used for ANY host you connect # to. Thus you do not have to worry about the foreign machine name. Just # replace password with your password. # If you have different providers with different passwords then you better # remove the following line. # * password "telefonicanet@telefonicanet" telefonicanet "telefonicanet" telefonicanet@telefonicanet * telefonicanet
Regarding the second bit...
I've checked whether pppd runs and I THINK it runs during the 30 seconds that come after the third "Hmm... a prompt. Sending ppp" message. These are the commands I've used (the second example being during it's trying to connect and the third example during those 30 seconds I've mentioned):
xinelo@gnuLinEx:~$ ps -alx | grep pppd Warning: bad syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See http://procps.sf.net/faq.html 0 1000 5314 5148 16 0 2580 756 - R+ pts/0 0:00 grep pppd xinelo@gnuLinEx:~$ ps -alx | grep ppp Warning: bad syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See http://procps.sf.net/faq.html 0 1000 5142 1 15 0 17396 11152 - S ? 0:01 gnome-ppp 0 1000 5299 1 16 0 25208 13640 - S ? 0:01 gedit file:///wina5/home/ppp.txt 0 1000 5316 5148 16 0 2580 760 pipe_w S+ pts/0 0:00 grep ppp xinelo@gnuLinEx:~$ ps -alx | grep ppp Warning: bad syntax, perhaps a bogus '-'? See http://procps.sf.net/faq.html 0 1000 5142 1 15 0 17512 11168 - S ? 0:01 gnome-ppp 0 1000 5299 1 15 0 25208 13704 - S ? 0:02 gedit file:///wina5/home/ppp.txt 4 0 5513 5420 17 0 2340 984 - S ? 0:00 /usr/sbin/pppd 115200 modem crtscts defaultroute usehostname -detach user telefonicanet@telefonicanet noipdefault call wvdial idle 0 logfd 6 0 1000 5524 5148 15 0 2580 760 pipe_w S+ pts/0 0:00 grep ppp
login as root : --> WvDial: Internet dialer version 1.54.0 --> Initializing modem. --> Sending: ATZ M1L3 ATZ M1L3 OK --> Sending: (null) (null) --> Sending: ATQ0 ATQ0 OK --> Re-Sending: (null) (null) --> Modem not responding.
gnuLinEx:/home/xinelo# firestarter (firestarter:5613): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session manager: Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed. NETFILTER detected External network device eth0 is not ready. Aborting..
firestarter error: The firewall could not start. The device eht0 is not ready. Check configuration of your network device and make sure that your connection to the Internet is available.
Once again, my deepest gratitude to you for your helping me out of the tight spot. Cheers, Manuel