(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Post by Jeff Crowde » Thu, 18 Dec 1997 04:00:00



Hello!

I have seen this problem discussed in numerous forums over the last few
days, but I have gotten very little concrete information about my
problem.

Problem:  I recently acquired a Hayes Accura 56K (k56Flex) modem, which
I got to replace my USR X2 modem.  The modems are used in my Linux box,
which handles PPP for my two computers at home.  Immediately upon
installing the new modem, PPP quit working for me.  Examining the logs
revealed the following message:

Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru ...
Dec 14 00:11:29 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
Dec 14 00:11:56 jiffy last message repeated 9 times
Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connection terminated.
Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Exit.

The strangest part is that I can switch my symbolic link (/dev/modem) to
point to my old modem (/dev/cua3), and everything works fine (Exact same
configuation).  Also, I can unhook my new modem from my Linux box and
plug it into my Windows 95 machine, and Dialup Networking connects
everytime.

I also know the problem is not associated with PAP/CHAP authentication.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks,
-Jeff

--
 ===================================
  Jeff Crowder
  New Media Developer
  OneNet Communications, Inc.

 ===================================

 
 
 

(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Post by Ramesh Tipirnen » Thu, 18 Dec 1997 04:00:00



> Hello!

> I have seen this problem discussed in numerous forums over the last
> few
> days, but I have gotten very little concrete information about my
> problem.

> Problem:  I recently acquired a Hayes Accura 56K (k56Flex) modem,
> which
> I got to replace my USR X2 modem.  The modems are used in my Linux
> box,
> which handles PPP for my two computers at home.  Immediately upon
> installing the new modem, PPP quit working for me.  Examining the logs

> revealed the following message:

> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru ...
> Dec 14 00:11:29 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
> Dec 14 00:11:56 jiffy last message repeated 9 times
> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connection terminated.
> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Exit.

> The strangest part is that I can switch my symbolic link (/dev/modem)
> to
> point to my old modem (/dev/cua3), and everything works fine (Exact
> same
> configuation).  Also, I can unhook my new modem from my Linux box and
> plug it into my Windows 95 machine, and Dialup Networking connects
> everytime.

> I also know the problem is not associated with PAP/CHAP
> authentication.

> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> Thanks,
> -Jeff

> --
>  ===================================
>   Jeff Crowder
>   New Media Developer
>   OneNet Communications, Inc.

>  ===================================

 I am a linux (RH5) newbie so I could be all wet. I had the same problem
you describe. Everything worked if I had /dev/modem linked to /dev/cua3.
But if I changed the modem link to point to /dev/ttyS3, even minicom
wouldn't work. Solution: do not use the symbolic link /dev/modem. Have
had no problems using the modem and PPP after I started using /dev/ttyS3
directly in my communication scripts. Besides I seem to have read
somewhere in the PPP-HOWTO that cuaX devices may be going away soon and
it was recommended to use ttySX for both, dial in and dial out..

Hope this helps
Ramesh

 
 
 

(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Post by Scott Nielso » Fri, 26 Dec 1997 04:00:00




>> Hello!

>> I have seen this problem discussed in numerous forums over the last
>> few
>> days, but I have gotten very little concrete information about my
>> problem.

>> Problem:  I recently acquired a Hayes Accura 56K (k56Flex) modem,
>> which
>> I got to replace my USR X2 modem.  The modems are used in my Linux
>> box,
>> which handles PPP for my two computers at home.  Immediately upon
>> installing the new modem, PPP quit working for me.  Examining the logs

>> revealed the following message:

>> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
>> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
>> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
>> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru ...
>> Dec 14 00:11:29 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
>> Dec 14 00:11:56 jiffy last message repeated 9 times
>> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

>> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connection terminated.
>> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Exit.

>> The strangest part is that I can switch my symbolic link (/dev/modem)
>> to
>> point to my old modem (/dev/cua3), and everything works fine (Exact
>> same
>> configuation).  Also, I can unhook my new modem from my Linux box and
>> plug it into my Windows 95 machine, and Dialup Networking connects
>> everytime.

>> I also know the problem is not associated with PAP/CHAP
>> authentication.

>> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>> Thanks,
>> -Jeff

>> --
>>  ===================================
>>   Jeff Crowder
>>   New Media Developer
>>   OneNet Communications, Inc.

>>  ===================================

> I am a linux (RH5) newbie so I could be all wet. I had the same problem
>you describe. Everything worked if I had /dev/modem linked to /dev/cua3.
>But if I changed the modem link to point to /dev/ttyS3, even minicom
>wouldn't work. Solution: do not use the symbolic link /dev/modem. Have
>had no problems using the modem and PPP after I started using /dev/ttyS3
>directly in my communication scripts. Besides I seem to have read
>somewhere in the PPP-HOWTO that cuaX devices may be going away soon and
>it was recommended to use ttySX for both, dial in and dial out..

>Hope this helps
>Ramesh

Here are a couple of suggestions to try:  First is your new modem being
assigned an IRQ or is it conflicting with another device?  See what IRQ is
reported at startup (if any).  For me I had to get isapnptools from
ftp.cdrom.com to configure my new plug-n-play modem.  Check for that and
also make sure rc.serial is configuring your new modem.
 
 
 

(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Post by mehmet t » Thu, 01 Jan 1998 04:00:00


: >
: >> Hello!
: >>
: >> I have seen this problem discussed in numerous forums over the last
: >> few
: >> days, but I have gotten very little concrete information about my
: >> problem.
: >>
: >> Problem:  I recently acquired a Hayes Accura 56K (k56Flex) modem,
: >> which
: >> I got to replace my USR X2 modem.  The modems are used in my Linux
: >> box,
: >> which handles PPP for my two computers at home.  Immediately upon
: >> installing the new modem, PPP quit working for me.  Examining the logs
: >>
: >> revealed the following message:
: >>
: >> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
: >> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: >> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: >> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru ...
: >> Dec 14 00:11:29 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: >> Dec 14 00:11:56 jiffy last message repeated 9 times
: >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
: >>
: >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connection terminated.
: >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Exit.
: >>
: >> The strangest part is that I can switch my symbolic link (/dev/modem)
: >> to
: >> point to my old modem (/dev/cua3), and everything works fine (Exact
: >> same
: >> configuation).  Also, I can unhook my new modem from my Linux box and
: >> plug it into my Windows 95 machine, and Dialup Networking connects
: >> everytime.
: >>
: >> I also know the problem is not associated with PAP/CHAP
: >> authentication.
: >>
: >> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
: >> Thanks,
: >> -Jeff
: >>
: >> --
: >>  ===================================
: >>   Jeff Crowder
: >>   New Media Developer
: >>   OneNet Communications, Inc.

: >>  ===================================
: >
: > I am a linux (RH5) newbie so I could be all wet. I had the same problem
: >you describe. Everything worked if I had /dev/modem linked to /dev/cua3.
: >But if I changed the modem link to point to /dev/ttyS3, even minicom
: >wouldn't work. Solution: do not use the symbolic link /dev/modem. Have
: >had no problems using the modem and PPP after I started using /dev/ttyS3
: >directly in my communication scripts. Besides I seem to have read
: >somewhere in the PPP-HOWTO that cuaX devices may be going away soon and
: >it was recommended to use ttySX for both, dial in and dial out..
: >
: >Hope this helps
: >Ramesh
: >

: Here are a couple of suggestions to try:  First is your new modem being
: assigned an IRQ or is it conflicting with another device?  See what IRQ is
: reported at startup (if any).  For me I had to get isapnptools from
: ftp.cdrom.com to configure my new plug-n-play modem.  Check for that and
: also make sure rc.serial is configuring your new modem.

   What about a message like
pppd:LCP terminated at peer's request
  Is it because of the same reasons?What do you think?I was using my ppp
connection two months ago.But I can not use it now.And my modem is a pnp.
If I use isapnptools can it work?

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(PPP) LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests

Post by Timothy Star » Wed, 07 Jan 1998 04:00:00


Yes, I had the same problem.  When I ran isapnptools, all problems went
away.  If you have a PnP modem, you need isapnptools.  Good Luck!

-- Tim Stark




: : >
: : >> Hello!
: : >>
: : >> I have seen this problem discussed in numerous forums over the last
: : >> few
: : >> days, but I have gotten very little concrete information about my
: : >> problem.
: : >>
: : >> Problem:  I recently acquired a Hayes Accura 56K (k56Flex) modem,
: : >> which
: : >> I got to replace my USR X2 modem.  The modems are used in my Linux
: : >> box,
: : >> which handles PPP for my two computers at home.  Immediately upon
: : >> installing the new modem, PPP quit working for me.  Examining the logs
: : >>
: : >> revealed the following message:
: : >>
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:23 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:26 jiffy pppd[4625]: rcvd [LCP ConfAck id=0x1 <mru ...
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:29 jiffy pppd[4625]: sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 <mru ...
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:56 jiffy last message repeated 9 times
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
: : >>
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Connection terminated.
: : >> Dec 14 00:11:59 jiffy pppd[4625]: Exit.
: : >>
: : >> The strangest part is that I can switch my symbolic link (/dev/modem)
: : >> to
: : >> point to my old modem (/dev/cua3), and everything works fine (Exact
: : >> same
: : >> configuation).  Also, I can unhook my new modem from my Linux box and
: : >> plug it into my Windows 95 machine, and Dialup Networking connects
: : >> everytime.
: : >>
: : >> I also know the problem is not associated with PAP/CHAP
: : >> authentication.
: : >>
: : >> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
: : >> Thanks,
: : >> -Jeff
: : >>
: : >> --
: : >>  ===================================
: : >>   Jeff Crowder
: : >>   New Media Developer
: : >>   OneNet Communications, Inc.

: : >>  ===================================
: : >
: : > I am a linux (RH5) newbie so I could be all wet. I had the same problem
: : >you describe. Everything worked if I had /dev/modem linked to /dev/cua3.
: : >But if I changed the modem link to point to /dev/ttyS3, even minicom
: : >wouldn't work. Solution: do not use the symbolic link /dev/modem. Have
: : >had no problems using the modem and PPP after I started using /dev/ttyS3
: : >directly in my communication scripts. Besides I seem to have read
: : >somewhere in the PPP-HOWTO that cuaX devices may be going away soon and
: : >it was recommended to use ttySX for both, dial in and dial out..
: : >
: : >Hope this helps
: : >Ramesh
: : >

: : Here are a couple of suggestions to try:  First is your new modem being
: : assigned an IRQ or is it conflicting with another device?  See what IRQ is
: : reported at startup (if any).  For me I had to get isapnptools from
: : ftp.cdrom.com to configure my new plug-n-play modem.  Check for that and
: : also make sure rc.serial is configuring your new modem.

:    What about a message like
: pppd:LCP terminated at peer's request
:   Is it because of the same reasons?What do you think?I was using my ppp
: connection two months ago.But I can not use it now.And my modem is a pnp.
: If I use isapnptools can it work?

: --


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