Subject: Re: dialup server (pppd)
To: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
From: Fong Siu Lung Gordon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/22/2000 21:26:11
On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Frederick Bruckman wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Chan Yiu Wah wrote:
> > LAN A (188.8.131.52) users can access the ROUTER-A and ROUTER-B, but cannot
> > access the user in LAN-B (e.g. ping 184.108.40.206). The vice versa as the
> > user in LAN B.
> I hate to say this, but now that you've gotten ppp to work, does the
> "unnumbered interface" thing work any better? That is, try now to use
> the ethernets ip addresses as the endpoints of the ppp link.
Sure. I also feel confuse to use the "numbered interfaces". My problem
1. I setup a pppd server at LAN-A with routerA-ppp:routerB-ppp.
2. pppd client of routerB at LAN-B recognised as routerB-ppp:routerA-ppp.
3. Setup route add -net LAN-A-network routerA-ppp on routerB.
4. Setup route add -net LAN-B-network routerB-ppp on routerA.
5. I found out that users at LAN-A cannot communicate with users at LAN-B
and vice versa.
6. There are two applications. One is run under LAN-A and one is under
7. Goal is that users at LAN-A can access the application on LAN-B and
I hope it is clear now. I am eager to work it out. Can you help ?
> > If I login at LAN-A and tried to get file from ROUTER-B, there is message
> > 'ppp_deflated exceed mru (1508 > 1504)' appeared on the console of ROUTER-A.
> I seem to recall filing a PR on that. This is with "deflate", right?
> Maybe BSD Compression would work better. Try "deflate 0 bsdcomp 9"
> (use minimal BSD compression).