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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows NT 4.0)
Description of problem:
After installing this product, and running "adsl-setup" correctly
the "adsl-start" program script is run successfully, connects, and all is
well in the world.
Setup options used were:
*Correct username follwed by @ and domain name.
*"eth0" w/out quotes.
*"no" to query to be used on-demand, thus on constantly.
*Used both "server" and using two DNS address indicated well bellow.
*Password entered and reentered correctly.
*Firewalling consistently set too "0" aka NONE.
*Curiously the "start this connection at boot time" option does not appear
but is incidental besides to the goal of functionality.
This information was entered and setup correctly, files were modified and
backed up. Confirmations of modified files by hand were done.
Executing "adsl-start" executes correctly.
The RPM Used to install this was: "rp-pppoe-3.3-1.i386.rpm". Both the RPM
Manager and the command line were used to install (Command line
used: "rpm -Uvh rp-pppoe-3.3-1.i386.rpm").
The problem lies in:
"Ping" is unable to ... well ping anything.
"Mozzila" and "Konkour" "Fail to resolve host" when attempting to access
even the host service-provider web site.
The "/etc/resolve.conf" does infact contain the correct DNS entries:
for my particular server.
Having failed this, the GUI was used to try configuring the system to
Are there other "new" options needing to be setup to gain access to the
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.After installation try to access web through browser. fails.
Actual Results: same
Expected Results: Host resolved, connection made, the big'ol "information
highway" is at ones beck and call... :)
please use the Redhat Hat rp-pppoe package. To setup your ADSL you should use