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Default dialer below will be depend on your mobile type. In this setup, I use Nokia 6610 with CA42 cable. List of CDMA and GSM providers below are based in Indonesia only.

For example, your cureent GSM card is Simpati, then just type:

taufanlubis@zyrex:~$ sudo wvdial SIMPATI

 

 

[Dialer Defaults]

Init1 = ATZ

Init2 = ATQ0 V1 E1 S0=0 &C1 &D2 +FCLASS=0

Init3 = AT+GMM

Init4 = ATI1

Init5 = ATI2

Init6 = ATI3

Modem Type = USB Modem

ISDN = 0

Modem = /dev/ttyACM0

Baud = 56400

 

 

[Dialer PROXL]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “xlgprs”

Password = “proxl”

Init7 = ATZ,”202.152.240.50″,”www.xlgrps.net”

 

[Dialer SIMPATI]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “wap”

Password = “wap123″

Init7 = ATZ,”10.1.89.130″,”telkomsel”

 

[Dialer AS]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “wap”

Password = “wap123″

Init7 = ATZ,”10.1.89.130″,”telkomsel”

 

[Dialer HALO]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “wap”

Password = “wap123″

Init7 = ATZ,”10.1.89.130″,”telkomsel”

 

[Dialer IM3]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “gprs”

Password = “im3″

Init7 = ATZ,”010.019.019.019″,”www.indosat-m3.net”

 

[Dialer MENTARI]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “indosat”

Password = “indosat”

Init7 = ATZ,”010.019.019.019″,”indosatgrps”

 

[Dialer MATRIX]

Phone = *99***1#

Username = “”

Password = “”

Init7 = ATZ,”202.152.162.250″,”satelindogrps.com”

 

[Dialer FREN]

Phone = #777

Username = “m8″

Password = “m8″

Init7 = ATZ,”10.21.5.201″,””

 

[Dialer FLEXI]

Phone = #777

Username = “telkomnet@flexi”

Password = “telkom”

Init7 = ATZ,”10.177.7.7″,””

 

[Dialer STARONE]

Phone = #777

Username = “Starone”

Password = “indosat”

Init7 = ATZ,”192.168.50.60″,””

 

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You will not get setting password for Root during installation process in Ubuntu. You have to do it manually.

$sudo passwd root

Enter New Unix password: ________ (enter your root password)

Retype new unix password: _______ (retype your password)

passwd: password updated successfully

$

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There are a lot of choices you can use to protect your system. Just use standard installation command to install it.

For example, you if want to install Lokkit, just use apt-get install command. Make sure you have the ‘universe‘ componet enabled in your repository.

taufanlubis@zyrex:~$ sudo apt-get install lokkit


Security tools for Ubuntu:

shorewall – Shoreline Firewall (Shorewall), a high-level tool for configuring Netfilter

arno-iptables-firewall – Single- and multi-homed firewall script with DSL/ADSL support

arptables – ARP table administration

ebtables – Ethernet bridge frame table administration

fail2ban – bans IPs that cause multiple authentication errors

ferm – maintain and setup complicated firewall rules

fiaif – An easy to use, yet complex firewall

filtergen – packet filter generator for various firewall systems

firehol – An easy to use but powerful iptables stateful firewall

fprobe-ulog – export captured traffic to remote NetFlow Collector (ULOG version)

fwanalog – firewall log-file report generator (using analog)

fwlogwatch – Firewall log analyzer

gnome-lokkit – basic interactive firewall configuration tool (GNOME interface)

guarddog – firewall configuration utility for KDE

guidedog – NAT/masquerading/port-forwarding configuration tool for KDE

ipac-ng – IP Accounting for iptables (kernel >=2.4)

ipkungfu – iptables-based Linux firewall

ipset – administration tool for kernel IP sets

iptstate – Top-like state for netfilter/iptables

kmyfirewall – iptables based firewall configuration tool for KDE

knetfilter – GUI for configuring the 2.4 kernel IP Tables

libabz0 – Miscellaneous useful routines

libiptables-ipv4-ipqueue-perl – Perl extension for libipq

lokkit – basic interactive firewall configuration tool (console interface)

netscript-2.4 – Linux 2.4.x (and 2.6.x) router/firewall network configuration system

netstat-nat – A tool that display NAT connections

openvpn – Virtual Private Network daemon

p3scan – transparent POP3-proxy with virus- and spam-scanning

psad – The Port Scan Attack Detector

pyroman – Firewall configuration tool for complex networks

reaim – Enable AIM and MSN file transfer on Linux iptables based NAT

shorewall-doc – documentation for Shorewall firewall

shorewall-lite – Shorewall (lite version), a high-level tool for configuring Netfilter

uif – Advanced iptables-firewall script

ulogd – The Netfilter Userspace Logging Daemon

uruk – Very small firewall script, for configuring iptables

wflogs – The modular firewall log analyzer of the WallFire project

fireflier-client-gtk – Interactive firewall rule creation tool – GTK client

fireflier-client-kde – Interactive firewall rule creation tool – QT client

fireflier-client-qt – Interactive firewall rule creation tool – QT client

fireflier-server – Interactive firewall rule creation tool – server

iptables – administration tools for packet filtering and NAT

iptables-dev – development files for iptable’s libipq and libiptc

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