On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Amit Chakradeo wrote: > Indent your ppp.conf file properly. All lines in a section (e.g. default) > should be indented by at least a space.
YEAY!! (No thanks to those deceptive, colon-hating or colon-seeking error messages.) Hey, Amit my new good good helpful friend... does this email address of yours accept kindly PayPal-originated donations? Let me know. > ppp automatically loads the netgraph module if it is not built in > kernel. /boot/loader.conf just decides what modules to load at bootup. > Don't change anything there. They're all off except for ng_pppoe.ko and netgraph.ko according to the output from "kldstat." Do they run faster "compiled" into the kernel? I don't know what I'm asking exactly. Can I safely change these to NO? > Also if you have multiple tun interfaces, you might want to add > -unit0 to the ppp commandline to force it to use tun0 interface (makes > filtering easy!) > HTH > AMit That weird tun0, tun1, tun2 problem has since ceased. I like the ifconfig command but couldn't get `ifconfig xl0 destroy` to work (kept getting a compile sort of error, lemme see... ifconfig: SIOCIFDESTROY: Invalid argument There it is, yeah. And I am mildly confused about if there are any dangers with killing the ppp process, or running ppp to get into interactive mode and trying to use the "close" command or, once again, does any of this matter? Now it's time for me to read up on natd, ipfw etc etc and most important of all, learn how to install just one port at a time rather than /stand/sysinstall then getting src-all and ports-all then portupgrade then cvsup then make install clean .... there's gotta be a command above "pkg_add -r" but below "cvsup" and having extraneous ports in my tree!! Tarballs are so under-rated, as are mechanisms for getting dependent libs! :( PS - Thanks again Amit, early birthday present to me!! :-) B^] -- Peter Leftwich President & Founder, Video2Video Services Box 13692, La Jolla, CA, 92039 USA http://Www.Video2Video.Com To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-questions" in the body of the message