Kdsl 0.5 review

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Kdsl is a tool to help setup, and manage Internet accounts quickly and easily

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 0K
Developer: Judd Baileys
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Kdsl is a tool to help setup, and manage Internet accounts quickly and easily. Despite it's name, Kdsl is designed to be a tool to handle many different types of Internet connections, including dial-up.

Here are some key features of "Kdsl":
Kdsl offers dock icon themes - you can download and choose which 'modem lights' you want.
Accounts can have their unique icons.
Accounts are available instantly for all users
An inline browser is available to check your Usage statistics if your ISP supports this feature.

Currently, with version 0.5 , Kdsl supports The following protocols:

DSL accounts - PPPoE is well supported.
PPPoA is 'supported' but untested, and may not work at this time.
Dial-Up Account with Pap/Chap support

Unsupported Protocols

ISDN is unsupported at this time, however, development for ISDN is occuring at present.
Cable support is scratchy at present
Static IP support is untested.

pppd-2.4.1 or greater (if you are using pppoe, you will need to apply this patch to the source code of pppd-2.4.1 and recompile, or download the CVS branch of pppd.
Roaring Penguin's rp-pppoe tools (if you dont wish to use the pppd plugin)
KDE3.2 - The K Desktop Environment (May work on KDE 3.0 and above as well)
QT-3.2.1 or greater.

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