Fedora Networking :: Configure Pppoe In 11 & Make It Work Automatically After Restart?
Jun 13, 2009
My network is windows pppoe. How can I configure it for Fedora 11? Is there any graphical configuration tool available for that? Also, ubuntu 9.04 logs into pppoe network after restarting as I've made some changes in /etc/network/interfaces. Is there any option available for Fedora 11 to automatically log in to pppoe network after restarting?
i configured my laptop (running UBUNTU 10.04 LTS) for my broadband (bridge mode). I did that using PPPOE CONF command. Everything goes ok but only prob is i have to run this command and configure my net every time i restart my system. What i need is it should connect to the net whenever i use the PON DSL-PROVIDER and must turn off by using POFF..
i can't get a pppoe conection working over a wireless network,in windows I have to connect to the router first, and then put in my user and password to get connected, but i don't know how to do this on fedora, i get connected to the router through network manager, and ping is ok, but when i try to make a new xDSL connection i don't know how to make it work through the wireless network that is established and working with my router.
some times network disconnected automatically. if we restart rhe server it automatically starts to work. again 2 or 3 days, the same senario is happening. on this server 2 database is running, it makes lot of problem to us. what will be the problem? is any connection parameter is there? (ie i mean only 50 numbers of client connection is only allowed like.) or any problem in NIC card or NIC driver.
I am deployed to Iraq and the Earthlink ISP here uses PPPoE to configure a connection to their wireless broadband. His english skills are pretty good and from what I gather, he's got a DSL connection that he's trying to connect me to. He showed me how he does it on a Windows machine but I can't figure it out on my ubuntu laptop. That windows machine didn't need any IP addresses or server names. It only used a username and password to connect. Of course a strong wireless signal detected was also pre-requisite.
I know my laptop works because I've had great success with it here lately, just not on the Earthlink service.I see their wireless is broadcast and I can connect to it. I just can't figure out how to post my credentials and authenticate.I don't see a way of entering my username and password because I don't know how to install (or configure) for PPPoE.I did use the pppoeconfig and got to the part where I add my username and password, but most of what's going on up to and after that, I do not have the knowledge base to use. So I figured that allowing the defaults and recommended settings would be acceptableYou'll have to forgive me if I've asked another dumb question here. I'm another one of those Linux enthusiasts who is learning and I'm just not willing to switch back to MS just to get internet while deployed.
I have an internet connection which requires pppoe setup to login with the specified username and password ip address is dynamic.Above are the screenshots for your reference for which I establish the internet connection.the pppoe settings can be done through "sudo pppoeconf" but for the screenshot No. 2.what is the procedure? I need to specify the service name for my internet connection.how to configure my internet connection.
I have dell xps 14 laptop sometimes sound gets choppy it get started breaking in middle of playing music then i need to restart the system to make it work. how to solve this without restarting? i m using ubuntu 10.10
i have a routed and a PPPoE type internet connection, recently i tried a thing in terminal with the pppoeconf option since the network manager has problems with connectiong to the internet with a pppoe DLS connection, or anyway in my case it does not work. Ok i did the pppoeconf thing i inserted my pass and my user and left the program to do its thing, ok it all worked fine but then i restarted my system and suddenly the network manager did not want to recognize my network it hat as options some weird ipupdown options for connection and when i tried the pppoeconf thing again it did not work. what could i do to reactivate at least one way my connection, if i understood correctly the terminal type connecting and the network manager are two different things. now i am using my router and it should connect but the network manager still does not see the connection.
I've been using an old modem from 2007, which my ISP calls Type I. It didn't have wireless connectivity and I used pppoeconf to setup my connection - username and password and set it to connect at boot time and everything was fine till today. I bought a Type II modem from my ISP and had to return the type I modem to them. Since the technician had no knowledge of Ubuntu (or Linux in general), he configured the modem in Windows 7, tested that the connection was working, tested the wireless connection in my netbook running XP and then he left.
Now I can't connect through pppoeconf in Ubuntu (running 9.10). The terminal says eth0 is listed but the 'access concentrator' or something like that isn't responding (no other process was running at that time). I feel very vulnerable while browsing in Windows so I want to get back to Ubuntu ASAP. Oh, and here's the output when I run "dhclient eth0"
Code: Listening on LPF/eth0/00:16:76:33:d2:70 Sending on LPF/eth0/00:16:76:33:d2:70 Sending on Socket/fallback DHCPDISCOER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 7 DHCPOFFER of 192.168.1.5 from 192.168.1.1 [Code]....
I cant get my wired internet connection to work. The command 'dpkg -s pppoeconf' returns ' installed ok installed'. My connection is through a router which is probably in a semi-bridge mode and I need to dial a connection to get the net started. The connection Auto eth0 is setup properly with the correct cloned MAC Address (that of my laptop).
I've also executed 'sudo pppoeconf' and ran the whole series of steps which towards the end said that my connection will be set on boot. However, the net doesnt work directly and I dont know how to dial manually either. 'sudo ifup eth0' returns 'interface eth0 already configured'. I tried some 10-15 threads but none worked. Ubuntu is handicapped without internet.
I have just finished the upgrade of the latest version and I'm at the point of my system restating.
My system automatically tried to restart but on the restart I got the 'terminal' view. It stopped when asking for my username (it never normally asks for this before the grub menu) and then password. I didn't get any further than that.
I now have on my screen (still in the terminal view before the grub menu)
I'm on my phone now so I don't actually have the symbol for before the dollar sign but your know what it is. The raised S on a 90 degree angle.
Struggled a little to get Broadcom driver working with my Dell laptop. But I am at a point where if I manually type 'modprobe b43' the wireless works. If I reboot, it doesn't work automatically and I have to 'modprobe b43' again. Any ideas what I am missing here?I can't seem to figure out how to get this to work automatically. I did check to activate device when computer starts in network manager
There are two host agent process ( hprsmha -WD and RSMHA ) running on my SLES 10 server suddenly hangs which is critical for my daily scheduled backup jobs.I want to create a script which checks for the 2 process and restart it automatically.so i can put it to daily cron job.My knowledge with scripting is so poor. Following are the commands i am running manually to stop and start the process.
cd /etc/init.d ./hprmsha stop ./hprsmha_wd stop ./hprsmha_wd start ./hprsmha start
I have to use pppoe because my ISP uses service names, and as far as I know the only program which lets me input a service name is pppoe (inside the pppoe.conf file). Networkmanager is buggy because it tends to disappear from the panel periodically and, worse, it doesn't reconnect (although the option is selected, it does reconnect only once).
So, for peace of mind I open a superuser terminal and enter "pppoe-start" and "pppoe-stop" to have everything I want (reconnects automatically, etc.). Now the question is: how can I have pppoe-start run at startup, automatically, without entering superuser mode, and without having a terminal open for this? Using Debian Testing (Wheezy).
I would like to know how to configure a pppoe connexion? I am testing version 11.2 on live cd but I can't manage to connect my laptop. I used the "green plug software", I filled all the blanks (I am not a total beginner because I have been using Mandriva for a year) but afterwards I can't select pppoe instead of eth0 What should I do?
I read on this forum NET INSTALL PPPOE - Alionet, communaut francophone d'entraide openSUSE et SUSE Linux that the only reason that I can't configure a pppoe connexion is because I am using a live version of 11.2 as result that it only recognizes an ethernet connexion and a modem (everything I said, is said in the forum I linked, but you'll have to read it in french )
I try to configure a pppoe connexion to Tl2, my internet connexion provider. I live in France. My modem is a Bewan ADSL ethernet 100, no need to configure it.
My wireless adapter stopped working randomly the other day. I think the last time it was working was right before I put the computer into hibernate for the first time. it stopped working even after restarting.modinfo p54usb shows (I'm leaving out information that seems irrelevant because I can't copy and paste without the internet, so I'm typing what I see from another computer)
firmware: isl3887usb firmware: isl3886usb
dmesg | grep firmware doesn't seem to show any requests for firmware related to it. lsusb shows something like
bus 002 device 001: ID... linux foundation 1.1 root hub bus 001 device 003: id... linksys wusb54g wireless adapter
When I start up, in boot messages I get something like this
WARNING deprecated config file /etc/modprobe.conf, all config files belong into /etc/modprobe.d/. WARNING all config files need .conf: /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist, it will be ignored in a future release Device wlan0 does not seem to be present, delaying initializtion [FAILED]
On a Fedora 11 machine, I configured ppp0 on eth0 and ppp1 on eth1, each one is connected to a modem, I also defined ppp0 as the default gateway.. Should I do anything else to load balance the 2 connections or will ppp1 take some of the load by default? Should I add any other routing rules? If yes then please tell me what should I add, keeping in mind that for each pppoe connection both the pppoe address and the remote address are not static so I actually needed some scripting to change the default gateway each time the remote pppoe address changes.
I have just installed FC11 from a DVD I created from an ISO.I also have FC10 (using here) and Windoze XP pro all on separate HDDs.I have not been able to configure my internet connection, when I try to create a new xDSL connection I get an error message; package needed 'rp-pppoe'.I don't now how to get the package without a connection.I have tried with and without Network Manager.
I'm running Fedora 12. After installing the following updates (from yum log):
Feb 24 14:34:25 Updated: xorg-x11-server-common-1.7.5-1.fc12.i686 Feb 24 14:34:45 Updated: 1:qt-4.6.2-1.fc12.i686 Feb 24 14:34:50 Updated: compiz-0.8.2-24.fc12.i686 Feb 24 14:34:51 Updated: 1:qt-sqlite-4.6.2-1.fc12.i686 Feb 24 14:35:13 Updated: 1:qt-x11-4.6.2-1.fc12.i686
P.S.: I have another F12 system, on a second HDD, that I haven't updated since two weeks ago and I can connect to the internet with it. So this seems like a package correlation problem. I think it might affect more users than just me, especially those who only have F12 installed on their computers.
If this affects more than just me, I think the guise at Fedora should offer a script or a rpm to be used offline to, whether downgrade the "ppp" package, or to update the "/usr/lib/pppd/2.4.4/nm-pppd-plugin.so" plugin.
I am trying to make a d-link dwl-650+ pcmcia card work through ndiswrapper method following the direction at:[URl]... The first step there is to install the "kmod-ndiswrapper" via yum.
But, how would I just download this package to a usb drive so that I can transfer it to the laptop that needs wireless networking. Is there an option in yum where I can just download the package, not intstall, so that I can save it somewhere?
I have configured pppoe connection via NetworkManager through key-file plugin. The problem is that after a while i cant load any web page. All connections r up, nothing bad in /var/log/messages. Ping produce mystical error message: Code: sendmsg: no buffer space available
First some specs: F13 NetworkManager Applet 0.8.3.998 Driver r8169 Opera 11 and Firefox 3.6.16
Recently my ISP switched to PPPoEand since then my internet connection has been giving me problems. While browsing, some websites load fine, some websites load fine after I refresh once or twice, some load really slowly and the formatting tends to be messed up and some websites won't load at all (they stop at waiting for website...). Ping for all of these sites is however fine. Also uploading and downloading either from sites like rapidshare or using torrents is also fine. The same ISP also provides a second similar connection which is connected through a wireless router to two computers (one via a wired connection and one through wireless) both running Win 7 and everything works fine over there.
Things I've tried. I tried using the router changing it's setting to my connection and connecting through that but the problem remains. After googling I thought it might be an MTU issue so tried this:
ping -M do -c 3 -s 1464 www.myce.com and got PING myce.com (126.96.36.199) 1464(1492) bytes of data. 1472 bytes from www.myce.com (188.8.131.52): icmp_seq=1 ttl=47 time=129 ms 1472 bytes from www.myce.com (184.108.40.206): icmp_seq=2 ttl=47 time=129 ms 1472 bytes from www.myce.com (220.127.116.11): icmp_seq=3 ttl=47 time=130 ms --- myce.com ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 received, 0% packet loss, time 2133ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 129.261/129.683/130.044/0.436 ms
This works for various websites whether they load or not. My MTU is set at 1492 but I've tried various lower numbers all the way down to 1300 but no luck. I tried disabling ipv6 in Firefox but no change.
I am trying setup nfs mount points on my system. when i try to restart nfs-common servic, I get following error. client :~ sudo /etc/init.d/nfs-common restart bash: /etc/init.d/nfs-common: No such file or directory
apt-get install nfs-common gives this message : apt-get install nfs-common Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information...
nfs-common is already the newest version. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded.what am i doing wrong? I'm running Linux client 2.6.31-19-generic #56-Ubuntu SMP Thu Jan 28 02:39:34 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux (karmic)
When I shutdown computer and start it up, eth0 doesn't seem to show up (though lspci sees ethernet card and modules are loaded). When i reboot (which is exactly the same, in my opinion), it works good. I'm using Sabayon GNU/Linux, Gnome Network Manager applet.