Setting Up a Linux-based PPP Callback Server
Linux Gazette tells us how to make a Linux
PPP Callback Server.
"The principle behind a callback server may be summarized as follows. First I (the client) dial the telephone number of my callback server's modem. The modem on the server is
configured to accept incoming connections. Once the connection
is established, the server prompts me back with a welcome message
and a login prompt. I login as a special callback user. The modem on the
server drops the connection and dials back a specified number
attached to my client machine. The modem on my client machine is
kept ready to accept the callback connection, and once the connection is
established I am again prompted with a login prompt. Now I log in as
a normal PPP user and the connection is completed."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Apr 4, 2002 )
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