On Monday, January 12, 2004, at 09:59 PM, fbsd_user wrote:
It would be a whole lot more helpful if you posted your ppp.conf and the ppp.log of your last test
I may have to type this in--I'm unable to mount the floppy drive, and MAKEDEV is telling me "bad unit for disk in: fd*" for each /dev/fd*. Should I consider this a second message to me saying, you have weird hardware, and give up? I'd rather not. Perhaps I have a different problem to work with first, getting the floppy mounted so I can write logs to it. Advice?
How are you trying to mount your floppy? "mount -t msdos /dev/fd0 /mnt"?
Explain how you know FBSD has found your modem and can connect to it.
Perhaps it hasn't--the last thing in the ppp.log is:
ppp: tun0 : Command: /dev/tty: set device cuaa0
That's from the interactive mode entry. From the auto mode entry, the last listing is:
ppp: tun0: Phase: PPP Started (auto mode)
This might be a silly question, but the modem is plugged into serial port 1 isn't it? Try using /dev/cuaa1? Are your serial ports probed correctly during boot? Look at "dmesg|grep cuaa".
TBH, it's been a long time since I did PPP under FreeBSD. Broadband rules ;)
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