Re: ADSL/PPPoE; ppp0: Device not found
Thanks to all of those who have replied.
I installed free Roaring Penguin PPPoE
http://www.roaringpenguin.com/pppoe/ and it started working
I have never messed with the kernel, and do not remember having
installed any package around the time the problem arose.
I think the most likely scenario is, indeed, that Verizon did some
upgrading and as a result debian pppoe became incompatible.
Anyhow, whatever it is, it does not seem to affect rp-pppoe (or maybe
rp-pppoe has as default the needed workaround option).
--- Jerome Acks Jr <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 18, 2003 at 12:06:20PM -0700, Virgil wrote:
> > Hi, All:
> > For months I had been a happy user of ADSL Verizon (USA).
> > A week or so ago, the service suddently stopped working.
> Verizon seems to have done some "upgrading" to their system
> recently. I had similar problem with PC set up firewall/router a few
> weeks ago. I ended up replacing the PC with Linksys BEFSR41 cable/dsl
> My son found a number of messages on recent problems with verizon
> dsl. One suggested solution is to add 'default-asyncmap' as an option
> to the dsl-provider file.
Do you Yahoo!?
The New Yahoo! Search - Faster. Easier. Bingo