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Cc: richb at

 RB> The 'dip' program for Unix clones was written to facilitate scripts
 RB> like these.  You create a script which transmits commands to the modem
 RB> and looks for responses.  The pppd program also has this capability.

How do you make DIP automatically redial upon carrier loss?  I would assume
that it would get a SIGHUP raised or something and could act accordingly, but
it does not seem to do so.  This ought to be at least a scripted option for use
with 24-hour dial-up links.

-- Mike

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