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PPP link protocol was terminated

Posted on 2003-10-30
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Hi. all

I have a pc with Win2000 Server and I configure it to connect to internet from Routing and Remote Access, when I try to connect to my ISP I get the following message:

The PPP link protocol was terminated

What happend?
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*listening*
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Thanks Sunray

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hm..mistake ...should adward to Sunray...


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