Anyone from the UK got a modem to work? help!

Anyone from the UK got a modem to work? help!

Post by Andy » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Hi,

Just wondered if there are any UK people here who have successfully managed
to log into an ISP with ppp.

So far I've been pulling my hair out as my connection will simply not hold:
# ppp RH (thats Red Hot Ant ISP btw)
ppp ON wolverine> dial
*(here it dials up, goes quiet as it authenticates, waits a few seconds,
then..)
ppp ON wolverine> Warning: Chat script failed
and hangs up

in my /etc/ppp/ppp.config I have:
default:
  set log Phase Chat Connect lcp ipcp ccp command
  set device /dev/cuaa3
  set speed 19200
  set dial "ABORT BUSY ABORT NO\\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 \"\" ATE1Q0 OK-AT-OK
\\dATDT\\T TIMEOUT 40 CONNECT"
RH:
  set phone <phone.number>      #Separate multiple phone numbers with a |
  set login
  set timeout 300
#Change to 0 if no timeout desired
  deny lqr
  set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0
  set authname <username>
  set authname <password>

and /etc/ppp/ppp.linkup
MYADDR:
  delete ALL
  add 0 0 HISADDR

So can anyone let me know what I'm doing wrong? Or if someone from the UK
has managed to do it can you send me your scripts please?

AFAIK it connects up, but doesn't see the CONNECT or something. I can
manually log in via minicom but I have tried to use pppd to then attach to
the connection with:
pppd -detach /dev/cuaa3 28800 &

and it attaches, then hangs up after a minute (guess thats pppd defaults).
I'm not sure how when it is connected to add default routes so I can use
it - ideas?

Many thanks,
Andy.

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Hilliar » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00



> Just wondered if there are any UK people here who have successfully managed
> to log into an ISP with ppp.

At least one: the current maintainer of "ppp" is british.  Can you post the
output from ppp.log so that we can see what's happening?

Quote:> RH:
>   set phone <phone.number>      #Separate multiple phone numbers with a |
>   set login
>   set timeout 300
> #Change to 0 if no timeout desired
>   deny lqr
>   set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0
>   set authname <username>
>   set authname <password>

Add this to RH:, and delete ppp.linkup.

add default HISADDR

(This won't fix your problem, btw).

Nick

 
 
 

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Post by Andy » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00




> > Just wondered if there are any UK people here who have successfully
managed
> > to log into an ISP with ppp.

> At least one: the current maintainer of "ppp" is british.  Can you post
the
> output from ppp.log so that we can see what's happening?

[snipped the command setup bit from my setup script]

Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Command: /dev/tty: dial
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: bundle: Establish
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: deflink: closed -> opening
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: deflink: Connected!
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: deflink: opening -> dial
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: Phone: 08081050003
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: deflink: Dial attempt 1 of 1
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Send: ATE1Q0^M
Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect(5): OK
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect timeout
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Send: AT^M
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect(5): OK
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Received: ATE1Q0^M^M
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Received: OK^M
Apr 25 11:59:04 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Send: ATDT08081050003^M
Apr 25 11:59:06 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect(40): CONNECT
Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect timeout
Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Warning: Chat script failed
Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: deflink: dial -> hangup
Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: deflink: Disconnected!

ideas? i have no idea what that all means :-(

Quote:> > RH:
> >   set phone <phone.number>      #Separate multiple phone numbers with a
|
> >   set login
> >   set timeout 300
> > #Change to 0 if no timeout desired
> >   deny lqr
> >   set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0
> >   set authname <username>
> >   set authname <password>

> Add this to RH:, and delete ppp.linkup.

> add default HISADDR

> (This won't fix your problem, btw).

Added, that sets up the routing doesn't it?

Thanks,
Andy.

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Hilliar » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00



> Apr 25 11:59:06 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect(40): CONNECT
> Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect timeout

Have you tried increasing the timeout from 40 seconds to something more higher
like 90 seconds? Sometimes it takes modems a while to train properly.

Quote:> Added, that sets up the routing doesn't it?

Yep.

Nick

 
 
 

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Post by Andy » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00




> > Apr 25 11:59:06 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect(40): CONNECT
> > Apr 25 11:59:46 wolverine ppp[1542]: Chat: Expect timeout

> Have you tried increasing the timeout from 40 seconds to something more
higher
> like 90 seconds? Sometimes it takes modems a while to train properly.

90 seconds and it still gets nothing. I can't help feeling its supposed to
send something back before it sees the CONNECT.
When I use ppp TERM and log in manually I don't see the CONNECT either, I
actually have to start typing "hoping its there" and for every key I type it
starts to show the CONNECT message and the login part:

ppp ON wolverine> term
atdt08081050003
(i have to start typing my login name here, then this shows up..)
CONNECT 19200
Welcome to 3Com Total Control HiPer ARC (TM)
Networks That Go The Distance (TM)

login: rhaa (etc... this has like been buffered from what I've been
typing...)

but I can login and it drops me back to PPP. I then don't know what to do
and it hangs up within about 30 secs.

Andy.

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Hilliar » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00



> 90 seconds and it still gets nothing. I can't help feeling its supposed to
> send something back before it sees the CONNECT.

Not necessarily.  Sometimes you see the ATDT string echoed back, but that
doesn't always happen.

Quote:> When I use ppp TERM and log in manually I don't see the CONNECT either, I
> actually have to start typing "hoping its there" and for every key I type it
> starts to show the CONNECT message and the login part:

Sounds like you have a modem problem of some form.  

Can you try resetting the modem to factory defaults by typing "AT&F" in a
terminal window?  Also, what type of modem is it?

Nick

 
 
 

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Post by Andy » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00




> > 90 seconds and it still gets nothing. I can't help feeling its supposed
to
> > send something back before it sees the CONNECT.

> Not necessarily.  Sometimes you see the ATDT string echoed back, but that
> doesn't always happen.

> > When I use ppp TERM and log in manually I don't see the CONNECT either,
I
> > actually have to start typing "hoping its there" and for every key I
type it
> > starts to show the CONNECT message and the login part:

> Sounds like you have a modem problem of some form.

> Can you try resetting the modem to factory defaults by typing "AT&F" in a
> terminal window?  Also, what type of modem is it?

I can do that AT&F, it still lets me log on, but when its successful it
drops to PPP again and I have no idea what to do next. I'm not bothered
about manually doing this everytime, as long as I can just connect.

It's a Rockwell chipset modem, I think owned by Zoltrix now. 56K internal,
bog standard really. Works with windows and linux.

Andy.

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Hilliar » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00



> I can do that AT&F, it still lets me log on, but when its successful it
> drops to PPP again and I have no idea what to do next. I'm not bothered
> about manually doing this everytime, as long as I can just connect.

Can you try fully automatic mode?  "ppp -background RH" will do the trick.

Also, if you can get to the login: prompt on your ISP, if you then drop back to
the PPP prompt and type "ppp", it should work, as long as your PAP key is set up
properly.

Quote:> It's a Rockwell chipset modem, I think owned by Zoltrix now. 56K internal,
> bog standard really. Works with windows and linux.

What init string does Windows and/or linux use?

Nick

 
 
 

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Post by Andy » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00




> > I can do that AT&F, it still lets me log on, but when its successful it
> > drops to PPP again and I have no idea what to do next. I'm not bothered
> > about manually doing this everytime, as long as I can just connect.

> Can you try fully automatic mode?  "ppp -background RH" will do the trick.

Tried that,

Quote:> Also, if you can get to the login: prompt on your ISP, if you then drop
back to
> the PPP prompt and type "ppp", it should work, as long as your PAP key is
set up
> properly.

I tried typing ppp but it didn't understand that command, and it doesn't use
PAP I don't think.

Quote:> > It's a Rockwell chipset modem, I think owned by Zoltrix now. 56K
internal,
> > bog standard really. Works with windows and linux.

> What init string does Windows and/or linux use?

I've no idea unfortunately, its a while since I had this modem in use.
After trying almost everything, and wanting to do this automatically, I
think it comes down to the fact that my dial string isn't right.
I even tried the xisp program, and when it hung up cos it didn't find
CONNECT, CONNECT then popped up with the PPP garble data. It isn't a timeout
thing cos i've set it really high and it always says CONNECT *after* its
hung up.

What the hell am I doing wrong?

Andy.

 
 
 

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Post by Nick K » Wed, 26 Apr 2000 04:00:00




Quote:> Apr 25 11:58:59 wolverine ppp[1542]: Phase: Phone: 08081050003

I recognise that number.  Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
It's been pretty bad over the easter period.

In other words, keep trying, and concentrate on off-peak times (4 a.m.)
until your connection is up and running.

Or pay the price of a reliable ISP :-(

Aside: uk.comp.os.linux can be a good place to find out about UK-specific
information of this kind.  You're using the same protocols.

--
Nick Kew

 
 
 

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Post by Nick Hilliar » Thu, 27 Apr 2000 04:00:00



> What the hell am I doing wrong?

Flow control?

Nick

 
 
 

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Post by John Murph » Thu, 27 Apr 2000 04:00:00


On Wed, 26 Apr 2000 17:04:30 +0100, Nick Hilliard



>> What the hell am I doing wrong?

>Flow control?

>Nick

Hi
I'm not an authority on ppp or anything but I think you need to
accept chap.

This is from the pedantic ppp primer:

    interactive:
     set authname Your_User_ID_On_Remote_System
     set authkey Your_Password_On_Remote_System
     set phone 1-800-123-4567
     set timeout 300
     set openmode active
     accept chap

HTH
John

 
 
 

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Post by John Murph » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Also

Quote:>in my /etc/ppp/ppp.config I have:

This should be /etc/ppp/ppp.conf

Quote:>default:
>  set log Phase Chat Connect lcp ipcp ccp command
>  set device /dev/cuaa3
>  set speed 19200

I should increase this 115200 if your using a 56K modem

Quote:>  set dial "ABORT BUSY ABORT NO\\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 \"\" ATE1Q0 OK-AT-OK
>\\dATDT\\T TIMEOUT 40 CONNECT"
>RH:
>  set phone <phone.number>      #Separate multiple phone numbers with a |
>  set login
>  set timeout 300
>#Change to 0 if no timeout desired
>  deny lqr
>  set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0
>  set authname <username>
>  set authname <password>

You've got authname twice there

man ppp has all the answers of course, but there's a lot to read.

Let me know if your still having trouble. Mine is working fine and
connected right now to Screaming/WorldOnline.

John

 
 
 

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Post by Andy » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00


"John Murphy" <j...@t-f-i.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message

news:024HOfghe6vZK+2oGSBvcV0zHOOh@4ax.com...

> On Wed, 26 Apr 2000 17:04:30 +0100, Nick Hilliard
> <nick@foobar#delete2email#.org> wrote:

> >Andy wrote:
> >> What the hell am I doing wrong?

> >Flow control?

Think I've fiddled with that..

> Hi
> I'm not an authority on ppp or anything but I think you need to
> accept chap.

Done that too.

Basically I've gone through almost every combination I've come across, and I
am getting closer.
I got sick of the non pap/chap and decided to try my BT account with it.

I used the authname/authkey/enable chap/accept chap etc.. and it won't dial
up still (STILL waiting for Connect) but when I dial up manually it does
actually log me in. The ppp ON goes to Ppp ON showing its connected, but the
authorisation part bails on me:

(apologies for the size of the text, wasn't sure if it might contain any
clues as to why it won't authenticate)

Apr 26 09:26:13 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: bundle: Establish
Apr 26 09:26:13 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: closed -> opening
Apr 26 09:26:13 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: Connected!
Apr 26 09:26:13 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: opening -> carrier
Apr 26 09:26:14 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: /dev/cuaa3 doesn't
support CD
Apr 26 09:26:14 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: carrier -> ready
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: PPP packet detected,
coming up
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: ready -> lcp
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: FSM: Using "deflink" as a
transport
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Initial -->
Closed
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: LayerStart
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(1) state =
Closed
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x138ec89f
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:50 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Closed -->
Req-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigReq(21) state =
Req-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigAck(21) state =
Req-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:52 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Req-Sent -->
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(1) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x138ec89f
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigReq(22) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigAck(22) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:53 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigReq(23) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigAck(23) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(1) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x138ec89f
Apr 26 09:26:56 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigAck(1) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Ack-Sent -->
Opened
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: LayerUp
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: bundle: Authenticate
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: his = CHAP 0x05, mine =
CHAP 0x05
Apr 26 09:26:57 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: Chap Output: CHALLENGE
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigReq(24) state =
Opened
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: LayerDown
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(2) state =
Opened
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x01d83641
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigAck(24) state =
Opened
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:00 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Opened -->
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigReq(25) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigAck(25) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x000a0000
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0xc447112c
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:02 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(2) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACFCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  PROTOCOMP[2]
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  ACCMAP[6] 0x00000000
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MRU[4] 1500
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  MAGICNUM[6] 0x01d83641
Apr 26 09:27:03 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP:  AUTHPROTO[5] 0xc223 (CHAP 0x05)
Apr 26 09:27:04 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: RecvConfigAck(1), dropped
(expected 2)
Apr 26 09:27:06 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: SendConfigReq(2) state =
Ack-Sent
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: LayerFinish
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Ack-Sent -->
Stopped
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Stopped -->
Closed
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: LCP: deflink: State change Closed -->
Initial
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: Disconnected!
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: Connect time: 62 secs:
676 octets in, 976
octets out
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase:  total 26 bytes/sec, peak 89
bytes/sec on Wed Apr 2
6 09:27:15 2000
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: deflink: lcp -> closed
Apr 26 09:27:15 wolverine ppp[1200]: Phase: bundle: Dea

Getting there... almost :)

Andy.

 
 
 

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56KifxE is made by Newcom/Atlas.  What a deal at Best Buy :-<

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Newcom's tech support hasn't responded to e-mail.  Has anyone gotten a
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did I get caught in the WinModem trap?  I am running RH5.1 on a Dell P120.

Thanks in advance for your advice.  (I can hear the "junk it" now).

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