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7mX



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7mX
in ppp.txt it tells you to go to line 2172 in ppp.asm and find the 'free' strings and enter usename and pass i entered this and it wont work what am i doing wrong
Code:
PAPREQStr           db 14, 7, '*******', 6, '******'
IPCPREQStr          db 10, 3, 6, 0, 0, 0, 0
    


i sensored my username and password with * but the number of letters is the same
Post 13 Feb 2004, 21:24
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Mike Hibbett



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7mX wrote:
in ppp.txt it tells you to go to line 2172 in ppp.asm and find the 'free' strings and enter usename and pass i entered this and it wont work what am i doing wrong
Code:
PAPREQStr           db 14, 7, '*******', 6, '******'
IPCPREQStr          db 10, 3, 6, 0, 0, 0, 0
    



Thanks for the detailed information.

In ppp.txt, it also says

The first number, 14, is the length of the bytes that follow + 4

So there is an error on the first line - the 14 should be 19
So change that, re-assemble ppp.asm and run the new version.

You have followed the other changes required haven't you - ie, changing the telephone number to dial in chat.inc?

Mike.
Post 13 Feb 2004, 23:17
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7mX



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ok thanx but just to educate how did you get 19 out of 7 and 6 i dont understand but thanx ill try it the next time i reboot
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crc



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ok thanx but just to educate how did you get 19 out of 7 and 6 i dont understand but thanx ill try it the next time i reboot


It's not too hard to see. First reread the instructions:

Quote:
The first number, 14, is the length of the bytes that follow + 4


In your example you have a seven byte string, a six byte string, and two bytes for the count of each string. So 7 + 6 + 2 = 15. Add 4 and you get 19.
Post 14 Feb 2004, 08:37
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7mX



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Tanx alot, oh um im not sure if i should post a new topic but I recompiled the ppp.asm file ande added my phone number to chat.inc and ran ppp but I don't here the modem pick up and it just sits there. I am guessing I have to configure the com ports, how would I go about that? I beleve my modem uses com 1.
Post 15 Feb 2004, 03:28
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7mX



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tap.. tap hey buddy wake up Laughing
*BUMP*
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Mike Hibbett



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Email me if you are still having problems - it will help me produce a better stack.

Mike.

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