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My Own Dialup Utils

MODU is a Linux-oriented textual dialup toolkit with support for MS callback and iptables. It is intended to be flexible enough to dialup to many ISPs without much configuration.

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  •  21 Nov 2005 09:30

    Release Notes: This release features new documentation and howtos, a fix for MS RAS callback, and support for SecureID hardware key generators.

    •  31 Jan 2005 11:51

      Release Notes: This release features more documentation, bugfixes, and code cleanups.

      •  28 Jan 2005 09:40

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        31 Jan 2005 04:57 Breadcrust

        Re: sounds interesting...


        > Making a

        > replacement for kpp (or any other dialup

        > utility whether it be GUI or not) is out

        > of the scope of this project.

        ah, ok, i see what you mean.

        well ill be sure to try it out when i need to do some stuff over ppp on my old server (which may be soon).

        28 Jan 2005 07:21 louigi600

        Re: sounds interesting...
        At the time I started writing this kppp did not support Microsoft Callback (and I'm not sure if it does now ... maybe you still haveto do a little tweeging anyway).

        Kppp did'nt support other features I wanted at the time like:

        random dialing from an ISP number list (although this feature has been removed because I do not use it any more),

        retaining the full ISP number list (for dialing country wide) without making havok on the interface,

        logging into same ISP with different users without having separate entries (and generally the ability to pass options to pppd without having to sore entries anywhere),

        works in command line(works even if you do not have any of the K desktop libraries).

        In any case the intantion of this project is to share with other people something I find usefull. Making a replacement for kpp (or any other dialup utility whether it be GUI or not) is out of the scope of this project.

        I find it very usefull and have used it for over 4 years.

        I also shared it with some fiends at work and they found it usefull too (kppp at the time could not be used to connect to our tollfree RAS server for standby).

        > but KPPP already works fine so im not

        > yet motivated enough to try it. i think

        > a good idea would be to show some

        > examples of what it can do and how it is

        > setup on your website when you set one

        > up.

        28 Jan 2005 04:56 Breadcrust

        sounds interesting...
        but KPPP already works fine so im not yet motivated enough to try it. i think a good idea would be to show some examples of what it can do and how it is setup on your website when you set one up.

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