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smpppd.conf - global smpppd configuration file
When smpppd and smpppd-ifcfg start they first load their configuration from
/etc/smpppd.conf, which contains basic information concerning their behavior.
The configuration file /etc/smpppd.conf has a simple file format with a key = value pair
in each line.
stop-on-disconnect = always, notdemand or never
Shall the dialup connection be shutdown when the last frontend disconnects?
Default value is always.
reload-selects-default-provider = yes or no
Shall a reload (SIGHUP) select the default provider for all interfaces or keep the
current one? Default value is yes.
open-inet-socket = yes or no
Shall the smpppd open a internet connection, so that remote frontends can control
the dialup connection? Default value is no.
slp-register = yes or no
Try to register at the slp daemon (service location protocol) if set to yes and an
internet connection is opened.
bind-address = <ip-address>
Specify the ip address on which to listen for connections from remote frontends.
The default is to listen on all addresses.
host-range = <min ip-address> <max ip-address>
Specify a host range from which remote frontends are allowed to connect to the
password = <password>
The password used to authenticate remote frontends, UTF-8 encoded for those who
really care. If the password is empty, no authentication is done.
number-of-loglines = <lines>
The number of lines to keep in the log. Default is 250.
accounting = yes or no
Enable or disable accounting. Default is yes.
alive-interval = <seconds>
Interval for alive lines in the accounting log. A value of 0 disables alive lines.
Default value is 900.
debug = yes or no
Turn debugging on or off. Default is off. This can also be controlled at runtime
Arvin Schnell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SuSE September 2003 SMPPPD.CONF(5)
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