If the packet containing the 01 also has the Q bit set, this is normalQuote:
>In order to process PASSWORD entering, LOGIN change the x.3 parameters
>of session. After that, asppls change parameters too, but can't change
>back previosly modified parameters. After changing PAD deamon send one
>packet, containing one byte "01", and resiev "CLEAR REQUEST". Connection
X.29 call clearing procedure. (01 is an 'invitation to clear', and it
expects the remote PAD to clear the X.25 call in response.)
No idea, sorry.Quote:>That can you think about?
You will need a very transparent PAD profile for PPP to work, and the
way X.25 is normally charged (by volume), you will probably find the
link very expensive to run.