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  • From: "Craig Wyndham" <craig@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2000 00:54:56 +1000
  • Message-id: <000201bfe435$7d4cfba0$1906a8c0@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm running SuSE Linux 6.4 as a gateway to the Internet for my home LAN.
I can manually dial with wvdial and have /etc/ppp/ip-up successfully
SuSEfirewall, so that traffic flows to the Net. I have installed the
wvdial.dod script per the How-to from the SuSE support database, entitled
"wvdial and dial-on-demand" and have also applied the wvdial fix that
corrected a dial-on-demand problem, but dial-on-demand doesn't work.
(I can still dial manually.)

I suspect there might be a setting that is required in the firewall config
to allow packets to trigger the dial-on-demand, but I cannot find it.

If I set FW_DEV_WORLD_ppp0="" (to force routing
to the local IP address defined in wvdial.dod) then routing no longer works.
Without such a setting, I cannot see how packets can get to pppd to trigger
a dial.

Has anyone any ideas on this?

/Craig Wyndham (Sydney, Australia)

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