manuelle Internetprovidereinrichtung mit pppd (für fritzcard dsl sl)

Diskutiere manuelle Internetprovidereinrichtung mit pppd (für fritzcard dsl sl) im Internet, lokale Netzwerke und Wireless Lan Forum im Bereich Netzwerke & Serverdienste; ich benutze zwar kein yoper aber ich denke trotzdem dass der treiber für die karte nun funktioniert. ich habe mich an dieses tut gehalten...

  1. #1 dgdaniel, 01.03.2006
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    ich benutze zwar kein yoper aber ich denke trotzdem dass der treiber für die karte nun funktioniert. ich habe mich an dieses tut gehalten http://www.yoper.de/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=522&sid=7c817dbc788754112a26d2551be7a2af
    mein problem ist, das ich nicht so genau weiß wie ich mit pppd, meine 1&1 providereinstellungen editieren muss.
    im tut steht, dass ich unter /etc/ppp/peers/ eine provider datei erstellen muss und außerdem die dateien pppoe.conf und pap-secrets angepasst werden müssen.
    ich weiß nur nicht genau wie ich das anstellen soll um mich bei 1und1 einwählen zu können.
    hat da vielleicht einer mehr ahnung?:hilfe2:
     
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  3. #2 ChrisMD, 01.03.2006
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    Code:
    # Begin /etc/ppp/peers/dsl
    
    # Written by Milan "jagdfalke" Holzaepfel -- http://mjh.name/
    # -- do what you want with it
    
    # The first version of this file is probably from AVM, the guys from 
    # adsl4linux.de have also done one 
    # (<URL:http://adsl4linux.de/howtos/fritzdsl.php> and maybe I also got sth.
    # from a SuSE-version in here...
    
    # terms from <URL:http://imp.mjh.name/index.en.html> apply, esp. if you got
    # it from mjh.name.  Feel free to remove this, but mention that this file is
    # provided without any warranty.
    
    # just to be sure...
    hide-password
    # That's really funny isn't it (at least if you forward it to an extra file...)
    debug
    # whatever syncronous HDCL serial encoding is, we use it
    sync
    # Our peer needn't authenticate itself
    noauth
    # You'll be our default route, baby
    defaultroute
    # Test every five seconds whether the peer is still alive
    lcp-echo-interval 5
    # and give up after three failed tries
    lcp-echo-failure 3
    # no more than 50 LCP configure-request transmissions
    lcp-max-configure 50
    # and no more than 2 LCP terminate-request transmissions
    lcp-max-terminate 2
    # don't use Compression Control Protocol
    noccp
    # and don't use ipx
    noipx
    
    # try to reopen connection after close
    persist
    # wait some time before reopen
    holdoff 5
    # but only really connect when there is demand
    # demand
    # and idle some time before disconnect
    # idle 300
    # don't use a connect script
    connect ""
    
    # we have to set MRU and MTU ourselves
    mru 1492
    mtu 1492
    # accept the peer's ideas of our and his IP address
    ipcp-accept-local
    ipcp-accept-remote
    
    
    # hmm... where was this left from?  I'd guess from some SuSE version of the file
    ##plugin userpass.so
    
    # for people who don't know & have to use it...
    # Anschlusskennung T-Online-Nummer Mitbenutzerkennung
    #          |           |           |
    #user 000000000000\#000000000000\#0001\#@t-online.de
    
    # we are
    user xxxXXXxxx
    # and authenticate with
    #password <password>
    # (better put that into /etc/ppp/pap-secrets)
    # if you use /etc/ppp/pap-secrets, put a line like this into it:
    # "<username>" 217.5.98.33 "<password>"
    # (without the '#', of course)
    # I think the IP in the middle column is my peer's address, probably you have
    # to fill in your peer's address instead
    
    # our link's logical name
    linkname dsl
    # extra parameter for our ip-up script
    ipparam internet
    
    # and use the plugin for our hardware
    plugin capiplugin.so
    # with some magic stuff
    avmadsl
    :
    /dev/null
    
    #  End /etc/ppp/peers/dsl
    
     
  4. #3 dgdaniel, 01.03.2006
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    meine pap secrets
    Code:
    # Secrets for authentication using PAP
    # client	server	secret			IP addresses
    "1und1/1736-xxx@online.de" * "mein pw halt"
    
    das ist dann meine verbindung, nach deinem post, habe allerdings nur username verändert:
    Code:
    # Begin /etc/ppp/peers/dsl
    
    # Written by Milan "jagdfalke" Holzaepfel -- http://mjh.name/
    # -- do what you want with it
    
    # The first version of this file is probably from AVM, the guys from 
    # adsl4linux.de have also done one 
    # (<URL:http://adsl4linux.de/howtos/fritzdsl.php> and maybe I also got sth.
    # from a SuSE-version in here...
    
    # terms from <URL:http://imp.mjh.name/index.en.html> apply, esp. if you got
    # it from mjh.name.  Feel free to remove this, but mention that this file is
    # provided without any warranty.
    
    # just to be sure...
    hide-password
    # That's really funny isn't it (at least if you forward it to an extra file...)
    debug
    # whatever syncronous HDCL serial encoding is, we use it
    sync
    # Our peer needn't authenticate itself
    noauth
    # You'll be our default route, baby
    defaultroute
    # Test every five seconds whether the peer is still alive
    lcp-echo-interval 5
    # and give up after three failed tries
    lcp-echo-failure 3
    # no more than 50 LCP configure-request transmissions
    lcp-max-configure 50
    # and no more than 2 LCP terminate-request transmissions
    lcp-max-terminate 2
    # don't use Compression Control Protocol
    noccp
    # and don't use ipx
    noipx
    
    # try to reopen connection after close
    persist
    # wait some time before reopen
    holdoff 5
    # but only really connect when there is demand
    # demand
    # and idle some time before disconnect
    # idle 300
    # don't use a connect script
    connect ""
    
    # we have to set MRU and MTU ourselves
    mru 1492
    mtu 1492
    # accept the peer's ideas of our and his IP address
    ipcp-accept-local
    ipcp-accept-remote
    
    
    # hmm... where was this left from?  I'd guess from some SuSE version of the file
    ##plugin userpass.so
    
    # for people who don't know & have to use it...
    # Anschlusskennung T-Online-Nummer Mitbenutzerkennung
    #          |           |           |
    #user 000000000000\#000000000000\#0001\#@t-online.de
    
    # we are
    user 1und1/1736-432@online.de
    # and authenticate with
    #password <password>
    # (better put that into /etc/ppp/pap-secrets)
    # if you use /etc/ppp/pap-secrets, put a line like this into it:
    # "<username>" 217.5.98.33 "<password>"
    # (without the '#', of course)
    # I think the IP in the middle column is my peer's address, probably you have
    # to fill in your peer's address instead
    
    # our link's logical name
    linkname dsl
    # extra parameter for our ip-up script
    ipparam internet
    
    # and use the plugin for our hardware
    plugin capiplugin.so
    # with some magic stuff
    avmadsl
    :
    /dev/null
    
    #  End /etc/ppp/peers/dsl 
    
    ich habe keine ahnung wozu ich die pppoe.conf brauch
    Code:
    #***********************************************************************
    #
    # pppoe.conf
    #
    # Configuration file for rp-pppoe.  Edit as appropriate and install in
    # /etc/ppp/pppoe.conf
    #
    # NOTE: This file is used by the adsl-start, adsl-stop, adsl-connect and
    #       adsl-status shell scripts.  It is *not* used in any way by the
    #       "pppoe" executable.
    #
    # Copyright (C) 2000 Roaring Penguin Software Inc.
    #
    # This file may be distributed under the terms of the GNU General
    # Public License.
    #
    # LIC: GPL
    # $Id: pppoe.conf,v 1.10 2002/04/09 17:28:38 dfs Exp $
    #***********************************************************************
    
    # When you configure a variable, DO NOT leave spaces around the "=" sign.
    
    # Ethernet card connected to ADSL modem
    ETH=eth1
    
    # ADSL user name.  You may have to supply "@provider.com"  Sympatico
    # users in Canada do need to include "@sympatico.ca"
    # Sympatico uses PAP authentication.  Make sure /etc/ppp/pap-secrets
    # contains the right username/password combination.
    # For Magma, use xxyyzz@magma.ca
    USER=bxxxnxnx@sympatico.ca
    
    # Bring link up on demand?  Default is to leave link up all the time.
    # If you want the link to come up on demand, set DEMAND to a number indicating
    # the idle time after which the link is brought down.
    DEMAND=no
    #DEMAND=300
    
    # DNS type: SERVER=obtain from server; SPECIFY=use DNS1 and DNS2;
    # NOCHANGE=do not adjust.
    DNSTYPE=SERVER
    
    # Obtain DNS server addresses from the peer (recent versions of pppd only)
    # In old config files, this used to be called USEPEERDNS.  Changed to
    # PEERDNS for better Red Hat compatibility
    PEERDNS=yes
    
    DNS1=
    DNS2=
    
    # Make the PPPoE connection your default route.  Set to
    # DEFAULTROUTE=no if you don't want this.
    DEFAULTROUTE=yes
    
    ### ONLY TOUCH THE FOLLOWING SETTINGS IF YOU'RE AN EXPERT
    
    # How long adsl-start waits for a new PPP interface to appear before
    # concluding something went wrong.  If you use 0, then adsl-start
    # exits immediately with a successful status and does not wait for the
    # link to come up.  Time is in seconds.
    #
    # WARNING WARNING WARNING:
    #
    # If you are using rp-pppoe on a physically-inaccessible host, set
    # CONNECT_TIMEOUT to 0.  This makes SURE that the machine keeps trying
    # to connect forever after adsl-start is called.  Otherwise, it will
    # give out after CONNECT_TIMEOUT seconds and will not attempt to
    # connect again, making it impossible to reach.
    CONNECT_TIMEOUT=30
    
    # How often in seconds adsl-start polls to check if link is up
    CONNECT_POLL=2
    
    # Specific desired AC Name
    ACNAME=
    
    # Specific desired service name
    SERVICENAME=
    
    # Character to echo at each poll.  Use PING="" if you don't want
    # anything echoed
    PING="."
    
    # File where the adsl-connect script writes its process-ID.
    # Three files are actually used:
    #   $PIDFILE       contains PID of adsl-connect script
    #   $PIDFILE.pppoe contains PID of pppoe process
    #   $PIDFILE.pppd  contains PID of pppd process
    CF_BASE=`basename $CONFIG`
    PIDFILE="/var/run/$CF_BASE-adsl.pid"
    
    # Do you want to use synchronous PPP?  "yes" or "no".  "yes" is much
    # easier on CPU usage, but may not work for you.  It is safer to use
    # "no", but you may want to experiment with "yes".  "yes" is generally
    # safe on Linux machines with the n_hdlc line discipline; unsafe on others.
    SYNCHRONOUS=no
    
    # Do you want to clamp the MSS?  Here's how to decide:
    # - If you have only a SINGLE computer connected to the ADSL modem, choose
    #   "no".
    # - If you have a computer acting as a gateway for a LAN, choose "1412".
    #   The setting of 1412 is safe for either setup, but uses slightly more
    #   CPU power.
    CLAMPMSS=1412
    #CLAMPMSS=no
    
    # LCP echo interval and failure count.
    LCP_INTERVAL=20
    LCP_FAILURE=3
    
    # PPPOE_TIMEOUT should be about 4*LCP_INTERVAL
    PPPOE_TIMEOUT=80
    
    # Firewalling: One of NONE, STANDALONE or MASQUERADE
    FIREWALL=NONE
    
    # Linux kernel-mode plugin for pppd.  If you want to try the kernel-mode
    # plugin, use LINUX_PLUGIN=/etc/ppp/plugins/rp-pppoe.so
    LINUX_PLUGIN=
    
    # Any extra arguments to pass to pppoe.  Normally, use a blank string
    # like this:
    PPPOE_EXTRA=""
    
    # Rumour has it that "Citizen's Communications" with a 3Com
    # HomeConnect ADSL Modem DualLink requires these extra options:
    # PPPOE_EXTRA="-f 3c12:3c13 -S ISP"
    
    # Any extra arguments to pass to pppd.  Normally, use a blank string
    # like this:
    PPPD_EXTRA=""
    
    
    ########## DON'T CHANGE BELOW UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING
    # If you wish to COMPLETELY overrride the pppd invocation:
    # Example:
    # OVERRIDE_PPPD_COMMAND="pppd call dsl"
    
    # If you want adsl-connect to exit when connection drops:
    # RETRY_ON_FAILURE=no
    
    naja schlussendlich kommt sowas wie bei dir
    http://www.unixboard.de/vb3/showthread.php?t=13924&highlight=fritzcard+dsl+sl
    also nix passiert, hattest du das prob lösen können?
     
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