mpd pppoe client problems

Artyom Viklenko artem at
Tue Dec 12 02:48:19 PST 2006

<quote who="Alexei">
> Hello.
>>>         set link mtu 1498
>>          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> first, check this
> What should I put there? BTW, how can it make mpd ignore rc.d stop
> command?

set link mtu 1492
check with ps command in which state mpd is when issuing rc.d stop

mine config:

        new -i ng0 PPPoE PPPoE
        set iface addrs
        set iface disable on-demand
        set iface idle 0
        set iface enable tcpmssfix
        set bundle disable multilink
        set bundle disable compression
        set bundle authname "XXXXXXXXXX"
        set bundle password "YYYYYYYYYY"
        set link no acfcomp protocomp
        set link disable pap chap
        set link accept chap
        set link mtu 1492
        set link mru 1492
        set link keep-alive 10 60
        set ipcp no vjcomp
        set ipcp ranges
        open iface

and in mpd.links:

        set link type pppoe
        set pppoe iface rl0
        set pppoe service "ProviderName"
        set pppoe disable incoming
        set pppoe enable originate

works fine

>> also check your firewall.
> Nothing prevents it + ppp works fine. (But I don't like it for high
> cpu load)

much better to show your rulebase

           Sincerely yours,
                            Artyom Viklenko.
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