I've got a Sparc 5 running Solaris 7 with the Solstice PPP client.
When I run ppptool, it connects, starts ppp negotiation, and then
hangs up. I've got the debug level set to 9, and here's what I get
in the log file:
04/06/00 15:13:57 - start_ppp: top module=ttcompat
04/06/00 15:13:57 - start_ppp: popped ttcompat
04/06/00 15:13:57 - start_ppp: top module=ldterm
04/06/00 15:13:57 - start_ppp: popped ldterm
04/06/00 15:13:57 - start_ppp: done popping modules
04/06/00 15:13:57 - DEVICE up for ipdptp0
04/06/00 15:13:57 - IP_NCP starting on ipdptp0
04/06/00 15:14:09 - LCP finished on ipdptp0
04/06/00 15:14:09 - Disconnecting device pppdev0
note the pause before "LCP finished". Is this caused by the same problem
that requires "P_ZERO" in /etc/uucp/Systems for the other ppp utilities?
If so, where would I put it? The Solstice PPP client doesn't appear
to use the uucp setup.
I've tried this with two different modems: a MultiTech MT5600ZDXV and
a MultiTech MT2834ZDX, both configured with the MultiModem MT2834BLF
modem definition. Is there a more extensive modem definitions file
Bob Campbell Unix System Administrator
Scientific Computing Division National Center for Atmospheric Research