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Re: active network connection stops working...



On Sat, 2009-07-25 at 00:48 -0500, charles zeitler wrote:

I was leading you on a wild goose chase...sorry.

Looking at your syslog, your ISP is providing you with DNS servers.

"
Jul 22 22:29:01 cthuga pppd[1964]: local  IP address 76.236.148.89
Jul 22 22:29:01 cthuga pppd[1964]: remote IP address 151.164.182.119
Jul 22 22:29:01 cthuga pppd[1964]: primary   DNS address 68.94.156.1
Jul 22 22:29:01 cthuga pppd[1964]: secondary DNS address 68.94.157.1
Jul 22 22:29:01 cthuga pppd[1972]: Can't execute /etc/ppp/ip-up: Permission
denied
Jul 22 22:29:02 cthuga ntpd[1512]: Listening on interface #5 ppp0,
76.236.148.89#123 Enabled
"

The question remains...why doesn't pppd update /etc/resolv.conf.

Previous people may be correct in wondering why ip-up can't be executed.
You already did ls -l /etc/ppp/ip-up and found the file permissions were correct.
I don't know how to check selinux permissions for this file.
Is the contents of /etc/ppp/ip-up correct?  I assume the file starts
with "#!/bin/bash" and there are no funny line endings.

I fear it may be time to search the Internet for bug reports.
I'm not sure what search words to use to find appropriate bugs.

Again, I'm sorry for leading you astray.  Your ISP is giving you DNS.

-Rick

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