Re: pppd / modem disconnect

Batmensch (hcaley@loomer.com)
Sat, 19 Jun 1999 22:46:25 -0700


Just a question, Mark: you are not actually using a login: and password:, are
you? If your ISP's are using PAP, you need a pap-secrets file, and nothing in
your login script past the CONNECT send keyword.

Had to ask ; )

What do you have in your pap-secrets file? Do you have entries in all four
fields?

Hugh

Marc Owen wrote:

> Hi,
>
> It's the first time I write to a mailinglist like this. I usually solve my
> own problems, but this time I really can't find the prob. All I want to do
> is connect to the net through linux, but every time pppd disconnects me when
> I am logged in. I tried 2 different ISP's (all using PAP) and about 4
> different login servers, but every single one gives the same problem.
> Everything goes fine, I call to my ISP, get connected, send my login and
> pass (checked it with minicom), my provider's server starts ppp, I see
> the }'s coming, but then my modem disconnects. My login and password are ok,
> and my ISP's all use PAP. I played around with some pppd-parameters, wituout
> succes. I reinstalled pppd, reconfigured my kernel, all without succes.
>
> I am using slackware 3.6 kernel 2.0.35 (Hm... I updated some things, but
> basically still that kernel). My modem is a 33.6 standard thinggy (NO
> winmodem :) ). My log says:
>
> May 18 01:43:03 voodoosystem kernel: registered device ppp0
> May 18 01:43:04 voodoosystem pppd[214]: pppd 2.2.0 started by voodoo, uid 0
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: timeout set to 60 seconds
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: abort on (ERROR)
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: abort on (BUSY)
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: abort on (NO CARRIER)
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: abort on (NO DIALTONE)
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: send (AT&FH0^M)
> May 18 01:43:06 voodoosystem chat[216]: expect (OK)
> May 18 01:43:24 voodoosystem chat[216]: AT&FH0^M^M
> May 18 01:43:24 voodoosystem chat[216]: OK -- got it
> May 18 01:43:24 voodoosystem chat[216]: send (atdt*31*2064911#^M)
> May 18 01:43:25 voodoosystem chat[216]: timeout set to 75 seconds
> May 18 01:43:25 voodoosystem chat[216]: expect (CONNECT)
> May 18 01:43:25 voodoosystem chat[216]: ^M
> May 18 01:44:14 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Serial connection established.
> May 18 01:44:14 voodoosystem chat[216]: atdt*31*2064911#^M
> May 18 01:44:14 voodoosystem chat[216]: CONNECT -- got it
> May 18 01:44:15 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Using interface ppp0
> May 18 01:44:15 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/cua2
> May 18 01:44:54 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Modem hangup
> May 18 01:44:54 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Connection terminated.
> May 18 01:44:54 voodoosystem pppd[214]: Exit.
>
> During boot, everything seems ok:
>
> May 12 19:26:09 voodoosystem kernel: SLIP: version
> 0.8.4-NET3.019-NEWTTY-MODULAR (dynamic channels, max=256).
> May 12 19:26:09 voodoosystem kernel: PPP: version 2.2.0 (dynamic channel
> allocation)
> May 12 19:26:09 voodoosystem kernel: PPP Dynamic channel allocation code
> copyright 1995 Caldera, Inc.
> May 12 19:26:09 voodoosystem kernel: PPP line discipline registered.
>
> If somebody has the *slightest* idea what could be wrong, please send me a
> mail. I am trying to fix it for already a few months now, and nobody seems
> to be able to help me (my ISP's both just say 'linux not supported' :( ).
>
> _____
> Marc Owen
>
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