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ruskicar 16th January 2006 19:22

Replace original Debian's PPPOE with rp-pppoe
 
Hy.

I've been using original Debian's pppoe client for the last couple of days, and I've noticed, that when my DSL provider changes my ip (I use dynamic IP), pppoe crashes and sometimes gets back but mostly doesn't, and then I need to restart it manually.

So I think it is best to change pppoe client, and I want to know on what should I be careful and which things I should remove so there will be no conflicts between pppoe and rp-pppoe.

Or is there any better method to repair pppoe, so that it will restart alone after DSL provider changes my IP.

Any reply is welcomed, especially ones from those, who are using pppoe or rp-pppoe and have ADSL with dynamic IP.

Regards, RuskiCar

p.s.:
Here is what my syslog says, after the connection is lost:
Quote:

pppd[28033]: PPP session is 3656
pppd[28033]: Using interface ppp0
pppd[28033]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth0
pppd[28033]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500
pppd[28033]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
pppd[28033]: Connection terminated.
pppd[28033]: write: Bad file descriptor (9)
pppd[28033]: write: Bad file descriptor (9)
pppd[28033]: Connection terminated.
pppd[28033]: Modem hangup
But when connection is established, it says:
Quote:

pppd[3631]: PPP session is 4952
pppd[3631]: Using interface ppp0
pppd[3631]: Connect: ppp0 <--> eth0
pppd[3631]: Couldn't increase MTU to 1500
pppd[3631]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
pppd[3631]: Couldn't increase MRU to 1500
pppd[3631]: CHAP authentication succeeded
pppd[3631]: peer from calling number **:**:**:**:**:** authorized
pppd[3631]: Cannot determine ethernet address for proxy ARP
pppd[3631]: local IP address ***.***.***.***
pppd[3631]: remote IP address ***.***.***.***
pppd[3631]: primary DNS address ***.***.***.***
pppd[3631]: secondary DNS address ***.***.***.***

stuzg 9th February 2006 09:26

I have the same problem and desperatly seek solution ... :(


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