Re: ADSL/pppoe configuration problem
The weird part about it that using
my knoppix cd, and running the same tool,
it *does* find the access concentrator,
asks me for a name and password and connects okay.
--- "Jeremy T. Bouse" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure exactly who your ADSL provider is but
> having gone
> through a similar error situation with SBC Yahoo DSL
> service I'd suggest
> checking with your providers tier 2 tech support
> that the line is
> actually properly configured for PPPOE. In my case
> they had the line
> configured to ignore the LCP connection request
> packets so my system was
> failing to see their access concentrator. Once the
> tech corrected this
> problem I could see the AC using pppoe-discover or
> pppoeconf without a
> Now for me actually authenticating became the issue
> after I
> could see their AC as it seems their RedBack
> configuration was denying
> my /28 subnet configuration being handed to it via
> RADIUS. As of this
> writing I'm still not authenticated and it's been
> since the 20th that
> they said this order was completed.
> On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 08:14:38AM -0700, easf
> cdscvs wrote:
> > Hello, I just recently installed debian, and I
> > configure my ADSL connection.
> > When I run the configuration in the menu, it says
> > found the ethernet device,
> > but the next step fails, something about "access
> > concentrator not found" and hinting that another
> > proccess may be using it.
> > Any idea what I might do? Right now I'm using
> > and
> > The adsl
> > configuration tool works fine,
> > just promting me for a name and password, and I
> > connect
> > to my ADSL connection. And yes,
> > I did load the kernel modules for my network
> > I also loaded the "pppoe" module, and it still
> > to work.
> > Any ideas what I can do?
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