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  1. #1

    configuring PPPoE


    hi all,
    my friend has RH 9.0 and DSL connection using PPPoE. How can he configure the connection on RH 9.0. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
    rgds,
    GB

  2. #2
    redhat network configuration is simple. search around and you'll find your way. I think there are good tutorials and documentation on this subject online.

  3. #3
    i got the command to setup dsl link on RH
    thanx

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    hi ganadevab
    I am experiencing the same problem. so would u please post teh command in the forum.

    thanx n regds
    sujai

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    The commands are:

    adsl-setup
    adsl-start
    adsl-stop
    adsl-status
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  7. #6

    exactly

    yes those are the exact ones.i think i had forgotten posting it earlier.

  8. #7
    those were the commands that i tried under root. it seems that i am getting connected but i am unable to browse. I dont know the dns to force it

    I have posted the issue in :

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/pos...41.html#208941

    pls chk and help

    thnx n regds
    sujai

  9. #8
    u are not clear enough regarding the connection.
    is the connection dsl or adsl?
    or is it cable internet?
    adsl commands work fine for pppoe connections

    if u are from india which is the service provider u are accessing?

  10. #9
    its an adsl connection. i am from india and the provider is BSNL. AS i said the commands are working fine. when i run the xdsl-status command i get and inet address something like 59.*.*.*... so i think i am getting connected, but the problem is that i am unable to ping any webpages by the URL or its ip address.

    sujai

  11. #10
    is ur account status at BSNL showing a usage?
    if yes
    check out that ur ethernet card is responding and fine

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