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).
default: 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 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0 0.0.0.0 add default HISADDR enable dns his: set speed 115200 set device @YOUR_DEVICE@ set ifaddr @YOUR_IP@ 0.0.0.0 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
115200 modem defaultroute crtscts asyncmap 0 name @YOUR_USERNAME@
@YOUR_USERNAME@ * @YOUR_PASSWORD@ @YOUR_IP@
You can establish the connection by typing the following command (of course device name needs to be tuned):