Subject: Re: I can't set my pppoe connection working properly.
To: Kun Niu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Martin Husemann <email@example.com>
Date: 06/22/2007 15:02:57
On Fri, Jun 22, 2007 at 07:29:24PM +0800, Kun Niu wrote:
> #pppoectl -d pppoe0
> pppoe0: state = session
> Session ID: 0x26b
> PADI retries: 1
> PADR retries: 0
So you have established a PPPoE session - great, that part is working.
> #pppoectl pppoe0
> pppoe0: phase=establish
But the PPP layer is unable to fully open the connection.
Does this problem consistently happen, even after a reboot?
You have set a very low maximum authentication failure limit:
> max-auth-failure = 1
Maybe changing that to a few more, or completely disabling it for testing
Have you both tried "hisauthproto=none myauthproto=pap" and
"hisauthproto=none myauthproto=chap" on the pppoectl line?
If that doesn't help, you could turn on debugging and mail me the output
off-list. Debugging is enabled via:
ifconfig pppoe0 debug
ifconfig pppoe0 down
ifconfig pppoe0 up
and disabled later via
ifconfig pppoe0 -debug
The debug messages will be loged in /var/log/messages.