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Re: Maybe bug in kppp?

Am Mittwoch, 6. April 2005 23:48 schrieb Frans Pop :
> On Monday 04 April 2005 07:58, Matthias Faulstich wrote:
> > But if I make an update to a more actual sarge version of ppp (up to
> > date is 2.4.3-20050321+1), the connection fails. 
> [...]
> > After downgrading ppp to version 2.4.2+20040428-6, kppp connects fine 
> > again.
> Did you read the /usr/share/doc/kppp/README.Debian?
> Cheers,

You are very right to demand, that users have to read the manuals first before 
posting questions.

Indeed, I have read the changelogs for both, kppp and ppp first and googled 
for the problem, but I didn't read the README.Debian.

But now, I read it, and found, that everything is like described there:

- user is in group dip

- /etc/ppp/options:

- /etc/ppp/peers/kppp-options:

- additionally: /etc/ppp/peers/kppp

while there is a single argument in the ppp argument list of the setup for the 
provider in kppp:
call kppp

(I read that in a HOWTO)

But I testet that noauth or #noauth result the same connection error with a 
newer ppp version.

And again - after downgrading 
ppp 2.4.3-20050321+1  
kppp connects fine.

Do you have any other idea?


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