GPRS and PPPD
anton at nikiforov.ru
Tue Mar 23 11:36:59 PST 2004
Kirill Bezzubets пишет:
>On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at 04:02:14PM +0300, Anton Nikiforov wrote:
>>Does someone manage to setup a GPRS connection using pppd?
>>The matter of the question is that i already tryed almost all available
>>options, but always get the same return from the pppd:
>>pppd: Serial connection established.
>>pppd: Using interface ppp0
>>pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ucom0
>>pppd: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <auth pap> <magic 0xd1287498>]
>>last message repeated 4 times
>>pppd: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
>>pppd: Connection terminated, connected for 1 minutes
>>All chat scripts are working (as a result of chat script i can see
>>ppp-specific characters to appear)
>>But whatever options i pass to pppd - the result is the same.
>Actually, it may depend on your cell phone operator.
>As far as I see, you're in Russia.
The operator is MTS or Beeline it does not matter the result is the same
>Did you try to use ppp instead of pppd?
No i did not, i did actualy, but i like pppd and planing to have a
script that will "understand" the operator and connect using the
particular operator's dependend options
>Besides, it's a good idea not to sent ident in ppp dialog:
>e.g. MTS in SPb doesn't like this for some reason.
What do you mean talking about "ident"? What exactly ident you are
>And could you show your "options" file?
For sure, but i tryed almost all combinations and the result is the
same, so i think the needed option is not here :)
# Comment this line out to let pppd background itself.
# Turn this on to see all the PPP negotiations
# Limit the MTU (workaround for an oddity in the VPN)
# Use hardware flow conrtrol
# Let the phone figure out all the IP addresses
# No ppp compression
# For sanity, keep a lock on the serial line
# Send LCP once and if not succseeded wait forever. Not working
# Do not send LCP at all. But wait for other side to send LCP. Not working.
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