Dialing into a system running Telebit NetBlazer 1.5 from a UNIX system:
The NetBlazer may be set up as if the UNIX system were a remote ``dynamic-interface'' NetBlazer, using the PPP encapsulation protocol in packet mode.
Configure the NetBlazer as described in Chapter 5 of the NetBlazer
Installation Guide, noting particularly the discussion of the
ipdial command. When you are prompted for
remote(other) system:, enter the name of the UNIX system.
Use PPP rather than SLIP.
Make a note of the dial-in user password you enter for
use by the UNIX system; you will need to include this password
in the UNIX system's /usr/lib/uucp/System entry that describes
how to dial into this NetBlazer (see next step).
In your system's /usr/lib/uucp/Systems file, set the login provided by the login portion of the chat script to the UNIX system name. Make sure you set the password to the same one you entered for the dial-in user on the NetBlazer (see step 1, above). You must include the noipaddr option in the /etc/ppphosts file, because NetBlazer rejects IP address negotiation.
Include the noipaddr option in the /etc/ppphosts file because NetBlazer 1.5 rejects IP address negotiation.
# for connecting to a SCO UNIX machine. :unix s1,20,30,2,\n\r e2,20,30,3,in: e3,3,4,4,$6%~& u4,5,100,5 s5,5,100,6,\n\r e6,20,30,7,word: e7,3,8,8,$6%~& p8,5,100,9 s9,5,100,99,\n\r
s30,20,30,31,\n\r e31,20,30,32,in: e32,3,33,33,$6%~& u33,5,100,34 s34,5,100,35,\n\r e35,20,100,36,word: e36,3,37,37,$6%~& p37,5,100,38 s38,5,100,99,\n\r
Reboot the NetBlazer to effect any changes to the
When you configure the NetBlazer's dynamic interface to call
the UNIX system (as described in "Configure the NetBlazer to
receive the call from the UNIX system", above), specify
for the chat script instead of the default