Marvin, You say user ppp is not dialing out. What makes you think your modem is working at all. Does the dmesg.boot file show your modem being found? Are you using an MS/Winmodem, is your modem an external serial modem, USB external, internal PCI modem. Do you have plug-n-play disabled and serial ports enabled in the motherboards bios? What version of FBSD you are using? Does the 'TIP' command connect to the modem and can you issue Hayes 'AT' commands to modem? You have to provide much greater details about what you are trying to do and what you have tried to do to debug problem. There is no size limit to how big your email message can be so do not spare the details. The most important question HAVE YOU GOOLGE THE FBSD QUESTIONS LIST EMAIL ARCHIVES FOR MODEMS OR USER PPP, to try to find the answer to your problem your self. For your information that is your first place you should look when you have a problem. Your question has been answered many times before on this list so please do the same leg work the rest of us do when we have problems before throwing your hands up into the air and asking for help. Take the time to learn from the archives, the true fun of FBSD comes from figuring out a problem on your own. I use the this link to google all the time. http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&group=mailing.freebsd.question s If you still need help, post these files, /var/run/dmesg.boot /etc/ppp/ppp.conf /etc/rc.conf /ver/log/ppp.log containing only the last start of user ppp, and give all the details you can so people have the complete picture of you're files to look for problems.
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