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SubjectRe: PPP bug


You should type +++ with a pause. i.e. + ; sleep 1 ; + ; sleep 1 ; +
.. sleep 0.7 would be better probably.

Vladimir Dergachev


On Mon, 8 Feb 1999, CaT wrote:

> Joseph W. Breu wrote the following:
> >
> > 7On Mon, 1 Feb 1999, Alan Cox wrote:
> >
> > > The sequence in question is "+++". Either your modem is misconfigured (you've
> > > got no guard bands set) or faulty. You should refer to your manuals and possibly
> > > the modem vendor.
> >
> > I have the guard set and I see this also. I have a USR 56k
> > external with pppd 2.3pl4 and linux 2.0.36. If I read a patch file with
> > pine, or try to cat a file that has the +++ in it, my connection will hang
> > (i can ^] the telnet session and start another with no ill affect).
> >
> > -Joseph W. Breu
>
> Just tried this on a telnet through a pissy 28.8k modem :
>
> echo "+++"; sleep 3
>
> The connection's still fine.
>
> I tried pasting +++ really quickly at the modem on said connection
> and it's stillf ine (infact I just did it here).
>
> Linux kinder 2.2.2pre1-piiv3-crypto-1 #15 Sat Feb 6 15:47:46 EST 1999 i686 unknown
>
> (kerneli patch + the piii/xeon/pii patch if you wanna know :)
>
> pppd version 2.3 patch level 5
>
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