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    kppp frozen in initializing modem... I wait for many second but no dialup, in configure panel set /dev/modem on modem , Query properly working , but when connect , in initializing modem... kppp stoped !!
    please help me, friends
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    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: kppp forzen in initializing modem... please help

    i assume your machine is dual boot Windows and the modem works ok in
    Windows..

    if i assume correctly, then:

    boot windows and with a text editor CAREFULLY (without changing
    anything) open your registry and search for ATDT

    when you find it, it will have ATDT followed immediately by a
    telephone number (which is THE one you call to hook to your ISP) then
    look around nearby....for a set of "AT Commands"
    <http://www.zoltrix.com/support_html/modem/USEMODEM.HTM> that begins like:

    AT &

    those are the usual first three characters of a modem initialization
    string <http://www.zoltrix.com/support_html/modem/INIT_STR.HTM> which
    normally has a several (maybe a dozen or more) following
    characters/numbers which are the "AT Commands" which set up your modem
    correctly for YOUR ISP....if the AT Commands you find in your work for
    Windoz they should work for Linux...so, find them in Win and use them
    in the setup for kppp, and it _should_ work..

    if you do not find that string in your registry, then load the CD
    which came from your ISP and look though the files on it for the
    initialization string for YOUR modem (there may be several strings on
    the CD)..

    good luck..

    --
    palladium

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