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Old 18th August 2010, 11:45 AM
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Problem with rp-pppoe in Fedora 13

Hi every body
I have Fedora 13 and I want to make pppoe connection over wireless lan . I installed and configured rp-pppoe program to make pppoe connection but the program did'nt work properly . when I enter "pppoe-start" in the terminal , a message appear's and tell's me that the pppoe connection is started but there is no internet connection . to ensure that every thing is OK , I opened the terminal and entered "ifconfig" , the result is that the ppp interface is found but it dos'nt have ip , so what is the problem here ??? why i dont have internet connection ??? should I use pppd instead of rp-pppoe ?


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