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Re: Help with pptp

Yes it has, but it's disabled for this connection.

What makes me fool is the garbage in the request: I think something is 
going wrong with LCP...


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Palmer <mpalmer@debian.org>
To: debian-firewall@lists.debian.org
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 09:21:06 +1000
Subject: Re: Help with pptp

> On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 07:41:01PM +0200, Raffaele D'Elia wrote:
> > I'm looking for help about a pptp link between a windows xp (client)
> and a
> > woody (server).
> > The tunnel works well for some hours but, often, goes down.
> > In the pppd log I've found an "LCP Term Req id 0x08 <garbage>"
> followed by
> > "LCP Terminated by peer (<the_same_garbage>)".
> I'm no PPP log message translation guru, but that LCP Term Req looks to
> me
> like the remote end saying "I want to close the link now", which the
> local
> pppd is simply honouring.
> Does the XP VPN client have any sort of "drop connection after this
> long"
> setting, either as an idle timeout or absolute connectionl length
> thing?
> - Matt

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