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diald dial on demand daemon for PPP and SLIP
Installed size 456
Maintainer Jeff Licquia <licquia@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 0.99.4-7.1
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6), libpam0g (>= 0.76), libwrap0, netbase (>> 1.23), ppp (>> 2.2), debconf | debconf-2.0
Suggests dhis-client | dhis-server
File name pool/main/d/diald/diald_0.99.4-7.1_i386.deb
Description Many sites use SLIP or PPP links to connect to other sites over phone lines. Normally these links must be explicitly turned on or off. diald can be used to bring a SLIP or PPP link up when there are Internet packets to be sent to another site, and to close the link down when it is idle. . diald operates by starting a virtual link on a pseudo tty and setting up a route to the resulting interface. This interface is called the proxy. diald monitors the proxy to determine when to bring up a real communications link. When a real link is up diald routes packets from the proxy to the real link and monitors the real link to decide if it needs to be shut down. As well, if the link goes down unexpectedly diald will attempt to reestablish the link. The rules for controlling these operations are extensively configurable in run time startup files. . Diald requires that you use either the ethertap interface (available in recent Linux kernels) or SLIP to provide the proxy interface. Thus, one or the other of these interfaces is required for diald to work. . Diald needs a program like "chat" or "expect" to actually dial. Sorry, "dip" cannot be used.

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