How can I command group dial on linux?

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Hi expert,

I heard about the group dial command on Linux. Is it possible to command group dial on Linux?

How?

Please, show the process clearly.

Thanks.

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How can I command group dial on linux?

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Hello Ana,

I am describing how can create a universal dial up connection on Linux.

  • Run the Linuxconf. You will get something like the following image.
open the CONFIG box then the NETWORKING box and then the CLIENT TASKS box. There will be a section called PPP/SLIP/PLIP

2. Click and open the CONFIG box then the NETWORKING box and then the CLIENT TASKS box. There will be a section called PPP/SLIP/PLIP.

3. Click on PPP/SLIP/PLIP. You should now see a box called PPP/Slip/Plip CONFIGURATIONS and directly below that a list of all current PPP devices.

Thanking you.

Shifflett Laurel

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How can I command group dial on linux?

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Hi,

That will work.

The phone or modem will usually beep when it tries to communicate the Baud rate with the modem at the other end. Put a semicolon at the end. Example:

Code: ATDT12099661200;

There are other things to consider as well. My phone and modem requires that the character at the end of a command line be carriage return, not line feed. Line feed doesn't work. Line feed is the average end of line character in the UNIX/Linux world. You're working in Basic, but if you know C, I can give you a program I wrote which essentially uses the modem.

Try out this program, and discover how it takes the program you are writing and translates it from C to Basic, your home. The extension of the source code is .txt, because the attachment software on Linux forums doesn't allow .c. Grrrrr. Just remove the .txt after you download the file.

Hope this helps.

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