HIS (SDI) Howto

Replace @YOUR_DEVICE@ with whatever name your system uses (typically /dev/dty00 on NetBSD, /dev/cuaa0 on FreeBSD and /dev/cua00 on OpenBSD). I assume that your config files are in /etc/ppp (it'll by default be be in /usr/pkg/etc/ppp on NetBSD if you're using userppp package).

File /etc/ppp/ppp.conf:

 set device @YOUR_DEVICE@
 set log Phase Chat LCP IPCP CCP tun command
 set speed 115200
 set dial "ATD0 OK"
 set timeout 120
 set ifaddr
 add default HISADDR
 enable dns

 set speed 115200
 set device @YOUR_DEVICE@
 set ifaddr @YOUR_IP@
 set timeout 0
 enable dns
 set log local phase
# set server +3000 @ANY_PASSWORD@
 set urgent TCP 22 23 6667
 set urgent UDP 53
 set dial "ATD OK"
 set login
 set authname @YOUR_USERNAME@
 set authkey @YOUR_PASSWORD@
 set phone 0

If you're using FreeBSD you can put the following to /etc/rc.conf so that ppp will be started automatically:

ppp_enable="YES"        # Start user-ppp (or NO).
ppp_mode="dedicated"    # Choice of "auto", "ddial", "direct" or "dedicated".
                        # For details see man page for ppp(8). Default is auto.
ppp_nat="YES"           # Use PPP's internal network address translation or NO.
ppp_profile="his"       # Which profile to use from /etc/ppp/ppp.conf.

If you don't run FreeBSD, or just want to establish the connection by hand, type (or add to /etc/rc.local) the following:

ppp -quiet -nat -dedicated his

Another way to establish the link is to use pppd (kernel space ppp). I'm using dty00 as the device in the example (see above section).

File /etc/ppp/options.dty00:

asyncmap 0

File /etc/ppp/pap-secrets:


You can establish the connection by typing the following command (of course device name needs to be tuned):

pppd /dev/dty00

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