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SubjectPPP woes - kernel or configuration?
Hi,
I'm having a problem using PPP on my system. I realise that this may
not be the correct place to ask for this help, but syslog *is* logging this
mainly as 'kernel'. If people have a problem with this posting then please
tell me.
I connect fine (login with username/password) and PPP starts up
on the remote system, however my pppd logs the following before hanging
up on me:

Jul 30 22:21:11 tonka pppd[771]: Serial connection established.
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 10000
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 10000
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set xasyncmap
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set xmit asyncmap ffffffff
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 10000
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set mru to 5dc
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set rcv asyncmap 0
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 10010
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka pppd[771]: Using interface ppp0
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka pppd[771]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS1
Jul 30 22:21:12 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 20 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 12 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 20 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 12 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 20 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 12 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:13 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 20 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 12 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 20 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 12 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka pppd[771]: Serial line is looped back.
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 6 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp: successfully queued 6 bytes, flags = f010010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: get debug level 1
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to f000010
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka pppd[771]: Connection terminated.
Jul 30 22:21:14 tonka pppd[771]: Exit.

My connect script looks like this:

/usr/sbin/pppd /dev/ttyS1 38400 connect 'chat -v -f $HOME/.chat/tellurian'
crtscts defaultroute debug kdebug 1 modem noipdefault

Does anyone have any suggestions as to why my connection is always dying?

I can use it under Win95/Win31/WinNT with no problems, it's only under Linux
that I've had troubles.

thanks,
dave

davidwoodruff
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email: david.woodruff@tellurian.com.au
ph: +61 (0)411 136 721
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