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[ale] isdn can really be a nightmare!!! help?

> > Ok,
> >   I figured out my problem with my connection is that my ISP is using
> > ppp mode where my office is using v.120 mode, thanks to motorola tech
> > support.
> >   Now, I'm using an expect script to do the dial, login password update
> > and everything.  I'm having a problem getting the "overlay" in expect
> > to work by starting the ppp on the other end then on this end.  Anyone
> > any good with expect?  I have "Exploring Expect" from oriely, but I can't
> > find any info on the overlay command in it.  If I ever get this silly
> > thing working, I'll become public domain so no-one else has this problem....
>   maybe you should try dip ????
>     dip -t -v
>     (DIP- 0) port >insert port number here<
>     (DIP- 1) speed >blah blah blah<
>     (DIP-1) dial >blah blah<
>     >> send >username\n<
>     >> send >password\n<
>     >> get $remote remote
>     >> get $local remote
>     >> mode PPP
>     I don't really know if dip will work for isdn tho.  I'm not sure.

Problem is the password changes every minute remember.  You'd have to have 
it prompt.  I got my expect script working.  I just need to have pppd detach
which it isn't doing for somereason.  The default it to detatch and I'm not
telling it not to...  Oh, well it's working, now for perfection.

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