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LCP Error and PPP

Posted on 1997-05-08
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I am now using RH 4.1, I had used RH 3.03 and Slackware 3.0 wich both worked well. Here is what I now get when I try to dial up. As you can see I put as much error logging on as I could so this is quite long. If soneone would examine this and give me some help.

 Thank you so much in advance.

May  5 20:30:10 daveb kernel: PPP: ppp line discipline successfully
unregistered
May  5 20:31:52 daveb kernel: CSLIP: code copyright 1989 Regents of the
University of California
May  5 20:31:52 daveb kernel: PPP: version 2.2.0 (dynamic channel
allocation)
May  5 20:31:52 daveb kernel: PPP Dynamic channel allocation code
copyright 1995 Caldera, Inc.
May  5 20:31:52 daveb kernel: PPP line discipline registered.
May  5 20:31:52 daveb kernel: registered device ppp0
May  5 20:31:53 daveb pppd[541]: pppd 2.2.0 started by root, uid 0
May  5 20:31:54 daveb chat[542]: abort on (BUSY)
May  5 20:31:54 daveb chat[542]: abort on (NO CARRIER)
May  5 20:31:54 daveb chat[542]: send (ATDT8850009^M)
May  5 20:31:54 daveb chat[542]: expect (login:)
May  5 20:32:13 daveb chat[542]: ^M
May  5 20:32:39 daveb chat[542]: alarm
May  5 20:32:39 daveb pppd[541]: Connect script failed
May  5 20:32:39 daveb pppd[541]: Exit.
May  5 20:32:39 daveb chat[542]: Failed
May  5 20:33:52 daveb kernel: PPP: ppp line discipline successfully
unregistered
May  5 20:42:20 daveb kernel: CSLIP: code copyright 1989 Regents of the
University of California
May  5 20:42:20 daveb kernel: PPP: version 2.2.0 (dynamic channel
allocation)
May  5 20:42:20 daveb kernel: PPP Dynamic channel allocation code
copyright 1995 Caldera, Inc.
May  5 20:42:20 daveb kernel: PPP line discipline registered.
May  5 20:42:20 daveb kernel: registered device ppp0
May  5 20:42:21 daveb pppd[583]: pppd 2.2.0 started by root, uid 0
May  5 20:42:22 daveb chat[584]: abort on (BUSY)
May  5 20:42:22 daveb chat[584]: abort on (NO CARRIER)
May  5 20:42:22 daveb chat[584]: send (ATDT8850009^M)
May  5 20:42:22 daveb chat[584]: expect (login:)
May  5 20:43:01 daveb chat[584]: ATDT8850009^M^M
May  5 20:43:01 daveb chat[584]: ^M
May  5 20:43:01 daveb chat[584]: login: -- got it
May  5 20:43:01 daveb chat[584]: send (daveb^M)
May  5 20:43:01 daveb chat[584]: expect (Password:)
May  5 20:43:10 daveb kernel: Swansea University Computer Society IPX
0.34 for NET3.035
May  5 20:43:10 daveb kernel: IPX Portions Copyright (c) 1995 Caldera,
Inc.
May  5 20:43:10 daveb kernel: Appletalk 0.17 for Linux NET3.035
May  5 20:43:21 daveb chat[584]:  daveb^M
May  5 20:43:21 daveb pppd[583]: Serial connection established.
May  5 20:43:21 daveb chat[584]: Password: -- got it
May  5 20:43:21 daveb chat[584]: send (xxxxx^M)
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 70000
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 70000
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set xasyncmap
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set xmit asyncmap ffffffff
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 9070000
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set mru to 5dc
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set rcv asyncmap 0
May  5 20:43:31 daveb kernel: ppp_tty_ioctl: set flags to 9070010
May  5 20:43:31 daveb pppd[583]: Using interface ppp0
May  5 20:43:31 daveb pppd[583]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
May  5 20:43:48 daveb login: ROOT LOGIN ON tty2
May  5 20:43:52 daveb kernel: ppp_dev_stats called<7>ppp: write frame,
count = 22
May  5 20:44:01 daveb pppd[583]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
May  5 20:44:41 daveb kernel: ppp: channel ppp0 closing.
May  5 20:44:41 daveb pppd[583]: Hangup (SIGHUP)
May  5 20:44:41 daveb pppd[583]: Modem hangup
May  5 20:44:41 daveb pppd[583]: Connection terminated.
May  5 20:44:41 daveb pppd[583]: Exit.

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by:mlev
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Many dialup servers only enter PPP after "ppp\n" is sent to them.
Are you sure yours doesn't?
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by:bubarda
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I know my ISP (www.netheaven.com) starts the pppd because when I use minicom to establish the connection after I login I get
"pppd started between xxx.xx.xx.xxx and yyy.yyy.yy.yy ##$#@$# $@$#@$$%$#>.%#$%^" {or what ever the gobbldygook it shows on the screen when it is running} Then it hangs up, I check the log and another LCP error. I did NOT have this trouble with RH3.03 or Slackware '96.
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jprohart earned 130 total points
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use pppd vervion 2.0f or later (i use 2.3B3). ver2.2.0 don't work with recent kernels (from kernel 2.0.18 i think)
email me if you want me to send my ppp-on script for example.

bye
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by:bubarda
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Let me give that a try.
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by:LinuXGoD
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The answer to this question is to add "silent" to the Option
file in "/etc/ppp" what is happening is pppd is trying to transmit LCP packets to initiate a connection until a valid LCP packet is received from the peer, by adding "silent" to options file it will not try to do this.

This is also good for Cable Modems
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