Friday, August 7, 2015

Gnome PPP Alternate Connect USB Modem on Kali Linux

How to connect USB modem using Gnome PPP - There's some method to connect internet using USB modem on Kali likes wvdial, sakis3g, Gnome PPP and many others. This post will guide you how to install and setup Gnome PPP on Kali Linux.

If you using wvdial, you must configure it via CLI ( Command Line Interface ), but not when you using Gnome PPP. Yes, this application is running in GUI ( Graphic User Interface ). So you'll be easy to configure it.

How to connect USB modem on Kali Linux using Gnome PPP

Gnome PPP is a modem dial-up tool designed to integrate nicely into Gnome 2 Desktop Environment. GNOME PPP is very similar to GPPP dial-up utility for Gnome 1 and KDE equivalent, KPPP. KPPP.

Since it is a graphical fronted for excellent wvdial, very little knowledge is needed to setup dial-up connection using this application. It features ease of use, auto detection of your modem and connection monitoring.

1. How to install Gnome PPP on Kali Linux

To install gnome ppp on Kali Linux, we'll use terminal. So, open Kali Linux terminal then type and run this command :

apt-get install gnome-ppp

The installing process will start and displays on your terminal. Just wait until it clear and finish.

2. How to setup Gnome PPP on Kali Linux

After finished the installation, next configure / setup the connection. Here's step by step to guide you :
  1. Open gnome PPP from Application > Internet > Gnome PPP
  2. Fill required username and password and dialup number
  3. You can give checklist to remember password
  4. Now click at Setup button
  5. Hit Detect to make Gnome PPP start detecting your USB modem
  6. For another setting, do yourself please
  7. Now you can Close or leave them
  8. Hit Connect to test and start connecting
  9. If you already connected, Gnome PPP will tell "Connected" with Running Time, Details and Disconnect button.

That's all I can write about How to install, setup and configure Gnome PPP as alternate connect USB modem on Kali Linux. Hope you've enjoyed reading this tutorial as much I’ve enjoyed writing it. Thanks for visiting us.

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