diald serial device

diald serial device

Post by Dmitr » Fri, 30 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Hello,

1) When I am starting diald I have
   Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
Operation not supported
   What does it mean?

2) My ISP uses PAP identification, I have PPP script which is working
with PAP.
   Can diald support PAP? How?

Thank you
Dmitry

Jun 29 21:33:47 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap1
Jun 29 21:33:47 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap2
Jun 29 21:33:47 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap3
Jun 29 21:33:48 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap4
Jun 29 21:33:48 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap5
Jun 29 21:33:48 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap6
Jun 29 21:33:48 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap7
Jun 29 21:33:49 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap8
Jun 29 21:33:49 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap9
Jun 29 21:33:49 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap10
Jun 29 21:33:49 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap11
Jun 29 21:33:49 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap12
Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap13
Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap14
Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost modprobe: can't locate module tap15
**************************
Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
Operation not supported  **************************
Jun 29 21:34:18 localhost diald[698]: Trigger: udp
192.168.0.1/1024     216.47.128.11/53
Jun 29 21:34:18 localhost diald[698]: Calling site 192.168.0.2
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: timeout set to 10 seconds
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: abort on (\nBUSY\r)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: abort on (\nNO ANSWER\r)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: abort on
(\nRINGING\r\n\r\nRINGING\r)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: send (rAT^M)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: expect (OK)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: rAT^M^M
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: OK
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]:  -- got it
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: send (ATH0^M)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: timeout set to 30 seconds
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: expect (OK)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: ^M
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: ATH0^M^M
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: OK
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]:  -- got it
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: send (ATDT353-4362^M)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: expect (CONNECT)
Jun 29 21:34:19 localhost chat[720]: ^M
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost chat[720]: ATDT353-4362^M^M
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost chat[720]: CONNECT
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost chat[720]:  -- got it
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost chat[720]: send (dc^M)
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost diald[698]: Connected to site 192.168.0.2
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost diald[698]: Running pppd (pid = 721).
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: PPP: version 2.3.7 (demand dialling)
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: PPP line discipline registered.
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: registered device ppp0
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost pppd[721]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost pppd[721]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
Operation not supported
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: RTNETLINK answers: No
such process
Jun 29 21:34:42 localhost diald[698]: Delaying 30 seconds before clear
to dial.
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:26 localhost pppd[748]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:38:28 localhost pppd[753]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:34:42 localhost diald[698]: Delaying 30 seconds before clear
to dial.
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:26 localhost pppd[748]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:38:28 localhost pppd[753]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:34:42 localhost diald[698]: Delaying 30 seconds before clear
to dial.
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:26 localhost pppd[748]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:38:28 localhost pppd[753]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.98]: Connected to site 192.168.0.2
Jun 29 21:34:40 localhost diald[698]: Running pppd (pid = 721).
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: PPP: version 2.3.7 (demand dialling)
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: PPP line discipline registered.
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost kernel: registered device ppp0
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost pppd[721]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost pppd[721]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
Operation not supported
Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: RTNETLINK answers: No
such process
Jun 29 21:34:42 localhost diald[698]: Delaying 30 seconds before clear
to dial.
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:37:13 localhost pppd[743]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:37:26 localhost pppd[748]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:16 localhost pppd[750]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:38:28 localhost pppd[753]: using the name option requires root
privilege
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: couldn't find any secret (password)
which would let it use an IP address.
Jun 29 21:39:09 localhost PAM_pwdb[691]: (su) session closed for user
root

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diald serial device

Post by Clifford Kit » Sat, 01 Jul 2000 04:00:00



> 1) When I am starting diald I have
>    Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
> Operation not supported
>    What does it mean?

My guess is below.

Quote:> 2) My ISP uses PAP identification, I have PPP script which is working
> with PAP.
>    Can diald support PAP? How?

The diald program is a frontend for pppd, which supports PAP
authentication.  "man pppd" is a starting place.  For more detail
about configuring pppd in general the site

http://axion.physics.ubc.ca/ppp-linux.html

is a good one.

...

Quote:> Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
> Operation not supported

This might mean that your kernel isn't compiled with SLIP support.

Quote:> Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: RTNETLINK answers: No
> such process

This might mean that the kernel isn't compiled with NETLINK support.

Quote:> Jun 29 21:34:42 localhost diald[698]: Delaying 30 seconds before clear
> to dial.
> Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost modprobe: can't locate module char-major-108
> Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
> authenticate itself but I
> Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
> which would let it use an IP address.

This probably means that you have an existing default route to a local
network.  If you don't need it (and you don't if the LAN is not connected
to another LAN) then remove it.  This is the best of the three answers.
The other two guesses could easily be wrong.

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diald serial device

Post by Bob Chiodin » Sun, 02 Jul 2000 04:00:00


Dmitry,

The SIOCSIFMETRIC stems from the fact that Linux no longer uses the metric
option when adding routes with the route add command.  Ignore the error,
maybe someday diald will be fixed.

As for:

Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: The remote system is required to
authenticate itself but I
Jun 29 21:38:51 localhost pppd[755]: couldn't find any secret (password)

Put 'noauth' in your /etc/ppp/options file.

Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: RTNETLINK answers: No
such process

This is 'normal' too.

Bob...


> Hello,

> 1) When I am starting diald I have
>    Jun 29 21:33:50 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: SIOCSIFMETRIC:
> Operation not supported
>    What does it mean?

> Jun 29 21:34:41 localhost diald[698]: start sl0: RTNETLINK answers: No
> such process

> Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: The remote system is required to
> authenticate itself but I
> Jun 29 21:35:55 localhost pppd[734]: couldn't find any secret (password)
> which would let it use an IP address.

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diald serial device

Post by Clifford Kit » Mon, 03 Jul 2000 04:00:00



> The SIOCSIFMETRIC stems from the fact that Linux no longer uses the metric
> option when adding routes with the route add command.  Ignore the error,
> maybe someday diald will be fixed.

??? The metric option works for me.  Kernel version 2.2.16 and route
version 1.96.

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