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[MiNT] Re: more on ppp problem.
On Sat, 9 Dec 2000, Ulrich Kaiser wrote:
> Hello again,
> >I upgraded to pppd 2.3.11 to see if it would fix the problem.
> Ah, OK, good.
> >it didn't.
> Important: the new pppd likes to see -noauth when using PAP,
> see recent item in the MiNT list (archive) by Michael White (?)
Yes... though why even use PAP on a local connection. Actually this is
why I updated to the 2.3. I added noauth to the options file, and 2.2
didn't like it, so I decided to update to 2.3.
> >I decided to ditch the serial drivers.
> to ditch???
ditch = stop using, keep away from.
the strange unimplemented function error from pppd in syslog disappeared
when I disabled scc.xdd.
> >That changed things, now upon launching pppd, I get (on the console):
> >pid 78 (pppd): scc_set5: iorec 135E w5 copy has sender enable bit off, w5
> >not changed.
> >5 times in a row
> Ooops, never seen such a message. You better post your ppp script.
it's very simple:
where aaa.aaa.aaa.aaa is the IP of the TT and bbb.bbb.bbb.bbb is the IP of
the remote machine.
looks normal to me...
> >dec 9 00:21:54 monolith pppd: pppd 2.3.11 started by root, uid 0
> > Using interface ppp0
> > Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyd
> ^^^ this looks very good
> > LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
> ^^^ this is only a warning...
> >can anyone tell me what the meaning of the meaning of the "sender enable
> >bit" warning off is?
> Anyone? Acc. to the mail header and acc. to my inbox you did not share
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