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hi all, most sbc dsl users have a dial up account just incase if they travel. my question is, is it possible to dial up from fc3 and how? my ...
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    dial up connection


    hi all,
    most sbc dsl users have a dial up account just incase if they travel.

    my question is,
    is it possible to dial up from fc3 and how?
    my broadband works just fine, but since I travel, I will need to dial-up into sbc access points.

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    nope it is fine to be on both at once
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    Quote Originally Posted by loft306
    nope it is fine to be on both at once
    I would like to know how I can dial up into sbc?
    what type of dial up tools/configurations do I need to make?

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    Hi I believe the following is what you need to change

    cd /etc/chatscripts
    ee provider

    Edit the file so it looks something like this

    ABORT BUSY
    ABORT "NO CARRIER"
    ABORT VOICE
    ABOIRT "NO DIALTONE"
    "" ATST5551212 (put the phone number to dial the ISP)
    ogin bgates (login name)
    word \qLUVLINUX (password)

    You may have to tell it you want to use dial up

    check out www.aboutdebian.com - there is load sof info on there.

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