hey, i've combed through the list archives and have gotten as far as i can but still no luck actually pulling an MMS message down from AT&T.
i've followed the setup for an MM1 connection as described here: <http://lists.mbuni.org/pipermail/users/2009-October/000834.html> everything works up to the point where Mbuni tries to download the message, at which point the connection times out. doing a tcpdump shows a similar problem noted by Ray Pitmon about a year back that the download attempt to AT&T is using the IP address of eth0 and not of ppp0. (archived post: <http://firstname.lastname@example.org/msg01947.html>) in that post, Ray mentioned changing/adding a config option so libmmsbox_mm1 would use ppp0 (not sure if he means the http-interface option?). i'm not sure what he did so what i've tried, unsuccessfully: -adding route commands to ip-up (and ip-down) to remove (and then restore) eth0 as the default route and add ppp0 as the default route. that doesn't help, the connection to AT&T still appears to originate from my eth0 IP address. -i brought my ppp connection up (which removed eth0 from the route table) and then recompiled Mbuni. don't know why i thought that might help, but it didn't. -added http-interface=ppp0 to my custom-settings in mmsbox.conf. that didn't help either. i'm at a dead end here and would really appreciate more detail on what i need to do to have libmmsbox_mm1 bind to ppp0 instead of eth0. thanks, cL -- Christopher A. Le Dantec Human-Centered Computing Ph.D. Candidate School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology _______________________________________________ Users mailing list Users@mbuni.org http://lists.mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users