pikkin up n old bone "dial up'
squareyes at internode.on.net
Tue Apr 14 15:17:56 UTC 2009
> Hi John,
> try connecting with pon not pop, if that doesn't work,
> I think most isp's now use Dynamic, so try first removing all in pppconfig,
> may need to delete "backup" connection made here, and start again. You
> probably have a bit of a mess here
> now and if it doesn't connect with pon you haven't really lost
> anything. Start pppconfig, and use Dynamic
> instead of static. write files... Exit this utility... Shouldn't need
> to restart. In terminal type pon.
> Take Care
No need to use sudo just pon
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