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Advanced type dial up stuff?????
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PostPosted: Wed 25 Apr 2007, 11:12    Post_subject:  Advanced type dial up stuff?????
Sub_title: I need something that will re-dial if the internet disconnects - Puppy 2.15

I just installed Puppy 2.15. The dial up software that comes with it doesn't seem to have an option like Windows' 'Re-dial if the line is dropped'.
Is there anything like this around?
Help is very much appreciated!
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PostPosted: Mon 30 Apr 2007, 14:39    Post_subject:  

Both wvdial (comes installed in puppy along with GKdial and Xezenet) and the kppp dotpup allow for this option. I think its even the default setting in the wvdialer. Xezenet also allows for autoredial if I remember, its been long time since I've used it. I dont think GKdial has this option and its the default dialer in Puppy.

My problem is my isp seems to have found a way to make the connection wither on the vine so to speak where I am still showing as being connected but cant surf. Thus forcing me to manually drop the connection and redial. I'd much prefer a nice clean drop so wvdial or kppp can auto reconnect for me.
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