Point your browser at https://192.168.1.1:8443 and you should see IPCop's Home page. (Note: You will be asked for a username and password. Use 'admin' as the username, and the password you input earlier).
If you can't connect, make sure that your Client PC's Network Settings are set to Automatically Obtain an IP Address, and reboot if necessary, so that the Client obtains an IP Address from IPCop.
Browse to thepage, which deals with PPP setup.
Select the type ofyou want to use from the drop down menu, and hit the button.
Give the Profile a name, in the input box provided, and fill in any details required for the Connection and Authentication. A dialup modem connection will require at least a telephone number, a username and a password. Hit the button at the foot of the page.
Some ADSL modems require you to upload software onto IPCop before they will work. Browse to thepage and after downloading the binary file you need to your own PC, renaming it if required, upload it to IPCop by clicking on the button and selecting the file on your own PC, then hit the button.
Refer to the Dialup Section of the Administration Manual for a fuller explanation of all the available options.
Return to the Home page and hit the Dial on Demand, the message will change to Dial on Demand Waiting. Initiate a connection by trying to browse to a website on the Internet. If everything is set up correctly, IPCop will dial out, and you will be online.button to connect to the Internet. If you have chosen to
If it works first time, great! Otherwise, go back and change settings until it works. You might need to change a modem's Init string on thepage, or change the COM port. You can study the PPP log on the page to troubleshoot connection problems.