Re: [ippd] Unsupported protocol .... (fwd)
On Thu 17 Sep 1998, Nuno Carvalho wrote:
> As i'm not having answers on debian-user's mailing list maybe someone on
> this one could do it.
I've CC'ed firstname.lastname@example.org, as that is probably a more
appropriate forum for this type of question.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 16 Sep 1998 18:52:49 +0100 (WET)
> From: Nuno Carvalho <email@example.com>
> Subject: [ippd] Unsupported protocol ....
> I'm using an ISDN connection and everytime that i'm connected I stop
> from receiving packets! So, to resolve it, I need to hangup ippp0 device
> and restart again! :(
> On my syslog file there are the following lines that appears to be
> something wrong but I don't know how to resolve it:
> Sep 13 21:06:43 cavern ipppd: Unsupported protocol 'Compression Control Protocol' (0x80fd) received
> . (some others lines that i think )
> Sep 13 21:06:43 cavern ipppd: Unsupported protocol 'Bridging NCP' (0x8031) received
> Such lines appears at the begining of connection.
> Sometimes also appears the following line:
> Sep 13 21:36:34 cavern kernel: ISDN_CMD_ACCEPTB - not really needed
> The following lines appears sometimes:
> Sep 15 13:27:14 cavern kernel: pcbit: invalid frame length -> TT=0450
> Sep 15 13:27:14 cavern kernel: pcbit: layer 2 error
This sounds to me like possible cabling or hardware problems.
> What could be the reason ?
Are you using the standard debian kernel, i.e. 2.0.33 / 2.0.34?
> Best regards,
> Nuno Carvalho
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