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RE: Dial Up Internet

Hi Chandresh,

 In shell mode if you want to use a dialer then i would recommend you
 a utility called wvdial. Download the rpm of wvdial from freshmeat.net
 and configure it.It is the easiest dialer i've found till now for linux.
 have a nice day.

 Harshal Vaidya.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chandresh Pant [mailto:chpant@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 11:27 AM
To: linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [linux-delhi] Dial Up Internet

Hello Dear Friends

I'm having RH 7.0 in my System at my home (Yes Finally
I've installed it!!!). I've got some problem when
dialing my VSNL a/c.
I used the Dial Up configurator of GNOME. I was able
to dial the connection (that means my modem is
working. It is GVC 56 KBPS Modem). It also gets
connected(I get the normal VSNL messages, But I'm not
sure that it really connected or not, becuase it keeps
me telling trying to connect. And there is no F7 to
continue thing), but when I try to surf the internet
through Netscape. It's show no internet connection.

Please Help me!!!

Also please tell me if there is any method to dial the
connection when in shell mode (i.e. non X mode).


Chandresh Pant
URL : www.chandresh.org
email: chpant@yahoo, mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, chpant@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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