PPP get 2 ips
willybaby12345 at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 17 07:42:50 PDT 2003
What I would think about the fact that it's assigned two IPs is if the
connection is dynamic, then you get an internal (LAN) IP and an external
----- Original Message -----
From: "Guy Silliman" <gws at silliman.net>
To: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2003 7:09 AM
Subject: PPP get 2 ips
> I am running pppd version 2.3 patch level 5, set up for pppoe to
> maintain a DSL connection.
> My Config is working great, but here it is any - missing the sensative
> # ppp.conf: PPPoE Configuration
> # PPP over Ethernet
> set device PPPoE:dc1
> set speed sync
> set mru 1492
> set mtu 1492
> set ctsrts off
> # monitor line quality
> enable lqr
> # log just a bit
> set log phase tun
> # insert default route upon connection
> add default HISADDR
> # download /etc/resolv.conf
> enable dns
> # enable nat
> nat enable yes
> # edit the next three lines and replace the items in caps with
> # the values which have been assigned by your ISP.
> set authname *******************
> set authkey *********
> I have had several occassions to find that the interface attached to the
> DSL connection is assigned 2 IP's. The connection still works for me
> from the inside, and I can traffic data without a problem. However,
> requests from the outside world fail. I do run a mail server and web
> server off this connection, so incoming connections are kinda important.
> I can't find anything in the logs to hint towards a problem. Most
> times, I don't even know it has happened until I hear from a friend or
> relative who depends on it.
> Any thoughts?
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