Re: adsl in Brazil
On Wed, 17 Jul 2002 11:05:13 -0300
firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeronimo Pellegrini) wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 14, 2002 at 10:24:12AM -0300, Klaus Imgrund wrote:
> > i got an adsl connection with Telecom Brasil.The trouble there is
> > that if the connection drops it doesn't get reestablished ok.
> > I got a greatspeed router that is supplied by the ISP.That connects
> > to eth0 and establishes the connection with the ISP.Problem is that
> > there is some homemade software from the ISP in the router;
> That's what Telefonica told everybody too... But they wouldn't invest
> in the development of a new protocol or evena new software client.
> They just got some commercial pppoe client, customized it, and called
> it "their own new protocol".
> And I use Roaring-Penguin with them without problems at all.
> > the only thing i
> > can setup is my password.
> > And they wont tell anybody how that thing works either.
> > When the connection drops and is reestablished it always gets it
> > wrong; the packets arrive in the wrong order.
> > The answers to a ping to the router come back like:
> > seq0-5 is ok at about 0.8 ms
> > seq11-16 at about 12 sec.
> > seq6-10 at about 0.8 ms
> You may try setting up Windows temporarily so they won't be able to
> use the "Linux isn't compatible" argument...
> > I did go google.Did try several dhcp-clients and also without a
> > client.No change at all.
> Just wondering... Did you try setting up pppoe without dhcp at all?
> It's persist option to ppp.
I'll try setting up pppoe and see what I get out of that.If that doesn't
work they can fix their crap themselves.
After all it is their problem and they do have fast service for free.
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