mpd disconnect due to LCP echo not responding
dom at goodforbusiness.co.uk
Sat Oct 22 03:57:31 PDT 2005
On Thursday 20 October 2005 14:56, Gleb Smirnoff wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 20, 2005 at 02:29:19PM +0100, Dominic Marks wrote:
> D> server) in to the Office. Some times when the link is busy the LCP
> echos D> won't pass over the link quickly enough and the connection
> will terminate. D>
> D> Is there anything I can do to prevent this, or at least make it
> less D> likely to happen. Options I have thought of are:
> D> Increasing the number of echos mpd waits before disconnecting.
> D> Increasing the time out for LCP echos.
> So have you tried the two above options or are they not configurable
> in mpd?
I haven't looked yet, I was just taking a sounding to see if others had
already investigated the issue. Next week I'll be looking into it.
> D> Using traffic shaping to prioritise the LCP traffic over other
> traffic. D>
> D> Are any of these possible, or is there another way of acheiving
> the same D> goal?
> D> Some example log output:
> D> Oct 19 15:18:38 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP: no reply to 1 echo
> request(s) D> Oct 19 15:18:48 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP: no reply to 2
> echo request(s) D> Oct 19 15:18:58 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP: no reply to
> 3 echo request(s) D> Oct 19 15:19:08 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP: no reply
> to 4 echo request(s) D> Oct 19 15:19:18 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP: no
> reply to 5 echo request(s) D> Oct 19 15:19:18 billy mpd: [ng5] LCP:
> peer not responding to echo requests D>
> D> Thanks,
> D> Dominic Marks
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