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Re: PPPoe question
On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 05:02:00PM -0700, Kirk Ismay wrote:
> hmm. I did have that in there orignally. Still doesn't work. Are any of
> these ppp kernel configuration options required for pppoe? (which is
> userland as far as I know). I do have tun device in kernel.
> # grep -i ppp NET4501
> #option PPP_BSDCOMP # PPP BSD compression
> #option PPP_DEFLATE
> #pseudo-device ppp 2 # PPP
No, these are for "kernel" ppp (pppd) not user ppp (ppp). pppoe
doesn't work with kernel ppp. The best debugging tool for pppoe
is tcpdump. Capture the pppoe discovery negotiation and see if that
appears to work. After that, the session data will be interesting.
--Jason L. Wright