AW: PPPoE to connect to T-DSL
A.Schleich at klinikum-tut.de
Sat Sep 10 01:19:32 PDT 2005
Tx a lot, I managed to connect as root. Your ppo.conf was nearly identical to trhe one I had used with the exception to 'disable lqr' (I had it enabled) and 'set echoperiod 30'/ 'enable echo'. After adding these it worked, don't ask me why.
Still have the problem of no ppp as an ordinary user (member of wheel, network), Is there anything I need to do besides adding 'allow users <user_name> ?
Von: cpghost [mailto:cpghost at cordula.ws]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 8. September 2005 15:08
An: Schleich, Arno
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Betreff: Re: PPPoE to connect to T-DSL
On Thu, Sep 08, 2005 at 02:32:19PM +0200, Schleich, Arno wrote:
> I just need to connect my notebook to the internet using pppoe to hook
> up to t-dsl, a German adsl provider.
> I installed 5.4 Release with very few problems.
> Anyway, trying to use the most generic ppp.conf it hangs in 'Phase' (as
> far as I can understand the log). It redials and redials, which results
> in multiple
> deflink: Connected
> deflink: Hangup
> sequences in the /var/lod/ppp.log. Btw, I upped the rl0 interface prior
> to starting ppp, so I hope this is not an issue. There is no activity on
> the LEDs of the dsl modem.
I know definitely that the following configuration works with
kamp-dsl, a provider that uses t-dsl (yes, on FreeBSD 5.4-STABLE).
set log local Phase Chat Connect LCP IPCP tun command
set device PPPoE:rl0
set MTU 1460
set MRU 1460
set crtscts off
set speed sync
set echoperiod 30
set log Phase LCP IPCP CCP Warning Error Alert
set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
set authname <your_authname>
set authkey <your_authkey>
set timeout 0
add default HISADDR
set server /var/run/internet "" 0177
You can enable ppp at bootup by adding this to /etc/rc.conf:
Or run ppp manually like this:
# /usr/sbin/ppp -quiet -ddial -nat myadsl
Should you still not be able to connect, please have a closer
look at /var/log/ppp.log. You may also want to
# tcpdump -i rl0
to see if the PADI/PADO/PADR/PADS handshake completes
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