The Windows NT 4.0 workstation PPP host requires that the client provide a valid username and password in order to connect. Both the username and password must be authorized for dial-in access in the Windows NT 4.0 user database.
Currently, the only authentication protocol shared by both ChorusOS systems and Windows NT 4.0 is the plain text Password Authentication Protocol (PAP). Therefore, you must select PAP for logging in. The username and password are the same as the ones used for logging in to the system.
In order to allow automated connections of diskless ChorusOS systems to the Windows NT 4.0 host at boot time, pppd supports a ChorusOS specific option, userpass username password, and its functional equivalent +ua filename, which makes it possible to obtain the same information from a file.
Edit the options file to negotiate PAP, rather than CHAP authentication:
# refuse CHAP authentication and require PAP refuse-chap require-pap
Edit the pap.scr file to include the username and password needed for authentication:
# pap.scr example # username * password myuser * pa55word
to authorize user to access the host