...Do that then, once you are "connected", type:
sp gave me to use for having mail and surfing internet like [EMAIL PROTECTED] and my mail servers
names are mail.myisp.com(pop3)and smtp.mail.com.
I tried using kpp and I could connect to my isp ( I am telling this
because pppd does run )
if you get no packets back, it's a problem with your ppp settings. If you do get packets back, type:
if you get no packets back, it's your DNS settings. Look at /etc/resolv.conf - you should see at least one line like this:
If you don't add such a line (or two) with valid nameservers. Your ISP should give you such settings. If they haven't, you could use:
but only temporarily - it's a Worldcom/MCI nameserver and might not live forever.
Oh, and set a hostname. (see man hostname).
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