[clug] Re: CLUG bigpond authentication problem
elvis at dogonfire.com
Wed Feb 8 14:53:09 GMT 2006
in your /etc/ppp/options make sure two way authentication is off
can't remember the name of the setting , something like authenticate peer
ubuntu had it on by default last time i installed it
On Tuesday 07 February 2006 5:04 pm, freegazer wrote:
> unfortunately yes and the pap/chap option from kppp,
> but while googling a few threads pointed to "ms-chap" which I have yet
> to find an option for in kppp, wvdial or pppd.
> also thought I should mention before its brought up I have had the
> password changed twice :-/
> On 2/6/06, Andrew Goodall <andrew at fumpet.net> wrote:
> > Have you tried switching authentication protocols between PAP and CHAP?
> > On 06/02/2006, at 18.03 , freegazer wrote:
> > anyone able to advise on issues authenticating to bigpond dialup?
> > I'm in the middle of setting up a laptop (ADSL @ home) and I can dial
> > to them but continually fail to authenticate.
> > I've actually setup a mates bigpond dialup with a minimum of fuss but
> > this laptop has me stumped.
> > I've tried many things and can provide logs if required.
> > any advice appreciated
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