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    ISDN & MPPP take two
    Submitted by ressu on Wednesday, November 22, 2000 – 21:19
    In all the silence there was an article added, for making ISDN work with MPPP in Debian.. well it had a missing line and i also uploaded my config now.. so if it was unclear for you.. or you just want to take a look at my crude hack.. it can be found here

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    Subject: automatically dialing slave
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Sunday, 2001/07/01 – 11:10
    what I did was make a file /etc/ppp/ip-up.d/foo:

    #!/bin/bash
    /usr/sbin/isdnctrl dial ippp1

    then chmod a+x /etc/ppp/ip-up.d/foo. Was the best
    way I could think find to get the second channel
    to come up on demand too.

    Also, I have flatrate, and the quick idle timeout
    is annoying at best. In case anybody else feels
    the same, the way to change it seems to be in
    the respective /etc/isdn/device.ippp? files.
    Find the line:

    isdnctrl huptimeout ${device} 60 # XXX_

    and replace 60 with some larger number.

    🙂

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    Subject: Re: ISDN & MPPP take two
    Author: surf
    Date: Thursday, 2000/11/23 – 00:16
    Actually /usr/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP describes fairly well, how to set up mppp in Debian.

    Well, it features an usenet article by me, so I am a bit biased on the fairly well part 😉

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    Subject: Re: ISDN & MPPP take two
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2000/11/23 – 10:03
    not here…

    ressu@stradivarius:/usr/share/doc/isdnutils $ ls -laF /usr{/,/share/}doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP
    ls: /usr/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP: No such file or directory
    ls: /usr/share/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP: No such file or directory

    simple as that…

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    Subject: Re: ISDN & MPPP take two
    Author: surf
    Date: Thursday, 2000/11/23 – 21:45
    In unstable, the file is part of isdnutils-doc.
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    Subject: Re: ISDN & MPPP take two
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2000/11/24 – 10:48
    installed.. still nothing.. i get the same FAQ that is on www.isdn4linux.org and it still doesn’t explain how to do it..
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    Subject: MPPP doc in the isdnutils(-doc) package
    Author: surf
    Date: Saturday, 2000/11/25 – 21:55
    I am looking at
    http://ftp.debian.org/debian/dists/woody/main/source/net/isdnutils_3.1pre1b-3.diff.gz

    — isdnutils-3.1pre1b.orig/debian/README.MPPP
    +++ isdnutils-3.1pre1b/debian/README.MPPP
    @@ -0,0 +1,126 @@
    +MPPP – Multi Point to Point Protocol (channel bundling)
    +====================================
    +
    +Here’s a simple collection of information on the subject of MPPP.
    +
    +
    +From the official I4L FAQ http://www.mhessler.de/i4lfaq.html
    +————————-
    […snip…]
    +From the isdn4linux mailing list
    +——————————–
    +
    +From: Martin Bialasinski
    +Subject: Re: enabling MPPP in Debian?
    +Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 00:19:04 +0200
    +
    +* LD == Louis-David Mitterrand wrote:
    +
    +LD> As hard as I look in the docs and in the config files I really
    +LD> can’t get MPPP to work on my Debian box:
    +
    +This is what I did:
    […snip…]

    Looking at the binary packages: the file is part of the isdnutils package (*not* -doc)
    as /usr/share/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP

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    Subject: it’s in /usr/doc/ipppd
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Monday, 2001/10/22 – 05:09
    subject says it all
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    Subject: Re: ISDN & MPPP take two
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Thursday, 2000/11/23 – 10:03
    ressu@stradivarius:/usr/share/doc/isdnutils $ ls -laF /usr{/,/share/}doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP
    ls: /usr/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP: No such file or directory
    ls: /usr/share/doc/isdnutils/README.MPPP: No such file or directory

    simple as that…

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