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  • How to Hook up PPP in Linux - ISPs differ in their PPP authentication methods, and few of them even understand what technique they actually use. This document may allow you to set up without their help. It also discusses general information you'll need to understand about PPP in Linux.
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  • Linux PPP HOWTO - Linux PPP HOWTO at Linux DOC.
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  • Linux setup scripts for access to Algonet - Scripts that give examples on how to connect Linux to an ISP.
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  • SLIP/PPP Emulator HOWTO - This document will describe how to get your Linux box to connect to a generic site via a SLIP/PPP emulator, such as SLiRP or TIA.
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  • X-ISP - XForms-based interface for pppd/chat. Features: supports multiple dial-up accounts, PAP/CHAP login, easy configuration of many other PPP options.
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