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make my adsl work fine with debian

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    Unhappy make my adsl work fine with debian

    i tried to configure my adsl modem through pppoeconf and configured it
    but when i dial a connection it gives me

    some error like this the plog is this:

    debian:/home/shaun# plog
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: CHAP authentication succeeded: CHAP authentication success, unit 705
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: CHAP authentication succeeded
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: peer from calling number 00:30:88:02:93:03 authorized
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: not replacing existing default route via 192.168.1.1
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: Cannot determine ethernet address for proxy ARP
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: local IP address 117.201.81.204
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: remote IP address 117.201.80.1
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: primary DNS address 218.248.240.46
    Mar 30 10:26:49 debian pppd[4350]: secondary DNS address 218.248.255.146

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    now can some one tell wher is the eth adress located and how to check wether my eth card is configured it is intel pro/100ve somethin

    the way to connect through pppoeconf is throught
    "pon provider"
    but i dont know who is the provider what provider name should i write
    plz tell me the exact syntax i have a bsnl dataone connection.


    Thanks a lot

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    Default Well I use Elive but scared to try c2110 modem

    I am posting this because I have dual booted XP with Elive the most beautiful os a debian based linux.
    Well I do not know exactly how to solve your problem , but I may suggest you to connect through ethernet and then try to configure the connection.
    Also plz check from your BIOS that your LAN is enabled.

    I am not trying this with my linux as I had the bitter experience of not being able to find a technician who know about debian distros rest apart my beautiful all multimedia playing Elive.

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    you dont have to dial in windows,the router or modem provided will dial automatically and connects to the internet and if you will dial you will get a error message saying phone line is busy

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    i don't use linux but here is what i found using google--
    for the no proxy ARP problem, I put "noproxyarp" in the /etc/ppp/options
    file, and it's not there now.
    After looking around, googling and searching these forums to find not a great deal of relevance, I looked through /etc/ppp/options *again*, to find options that I must have skimmed over when I realised just how much of the file was actually comment lines.

    I first commented out proxyarp, since that was what the error was I figured it might be an idea to try that. But then although I connected to my ISP, it wouldn't athenticate me.

    So I renabled that option, and searched /etc/ppp/options for 'ethernet', and lo-and-behold discovered the 'noauth' option commented out, with the notes above it telling me to enable it if I was having problems connecting over a modem.

    And now it works. Sure, there was a warning about running noauth if pppd is running with the suid bit set, but it's not, so everything is cool again

    Thanks to the handful of people who actually read this thread
    Remove the line
    proxyarp
    from /etc/ppp/options.

    proxyarp
    Add an entry to this system's ARP [Address Resolu-
    tion Protocol] table with the IP address of the
    peer and the Ethernet address of this system. This
    will have the effect of making the peer appear to
    other systems to be on the local ethernet.

    That option is _normally_ used when you are running a ppp server, and
    the remote that is dialing in to you needs to appear as it it were
    directly connected to your LAN. You are dialing _out_ to an ISP, and
    the option makes no sense for you. Find where you are declaring it
    (possibly in /etc/ppp/options) and remove it. It is not needed.
    Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?

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    to know abt the configuration of your eth card type ifconfig

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    to check from begining

    first switch to tui mode - ctrl + alt + f1
    then type this sommand line - system-config-network
    this will open to conffigure your ethernet . you will find your ethernet connection there ex. eth0 , enter it and check - use DHCP , don;t use static ip.then hit ok and then hit quit.

    back to terminal now type - ifup eth0
    now type - chkconfig network
    now type - service network restart
    it will display 3 -4 line and last line will besomething like this . bring up ethernet eth0 ...done

    then to check weather its owrking or not ..
    tyoe - links Yahoo!
    if the page opens it good , otherwise may be i even can't help. if working switch back to hui mode ctrl+alt+f7 .

    note if your ethernet drivers are not working , install them , or reinstalling updated drivers can also help .

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    I dont any thing about settings but this is what i type in my ubuntu terminal to connect to net
    " sudo pon dsl-provider "

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