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1.TH PPP-WATCH 8 "Red Hat, Inc." "RHS" \" -*- nroff -*-
2.SH NAME
3ppp-watch \- daemon to make PPP interfaces act more like other interfaces
4.SH SYNOPSIS
5.B ppp-watch
6\fIinterface-name\fP [boot]
7.SH DESCRIPTION
8.B ppp-watch
9manages one PPP connection, including starting, stopping, and redialing.
10It makes starting and stopping the connection synchronous activities.
11
12.B ppp-watch
13is not really meant to be called directly.  It should only be used from
14within the ifup-ppp script.
15.SH OPTIONS
16.TP
17.I interface-name
18The name of the PPP interface to bring up.
19.TP
20boot
21ppp-watch is being called at boot time and should time out after a
22while if the PPP connection does not come up in order not to hang
23the boot sequence.
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