* Mike Kazantsev <mike_kazantsev@...> [09/03/09 06:15]:
> On Sun, 8 Mar 2009 16:20:32 -0400
> Moshe Kamensky <moshe.kamensky@...> wrote:
> > We called the ISP, and from their side it seems that he is connected,
> > and everything is fine. I don't know where else to look. The log
> > messages showed in the beginning messages of the form
> > LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
> > but they seem to no longer appear. As I said, I don't even know where to
> > start looking for the problem. Any help is appreciated.
> I can suggest trying at least two things:
> 1. pon <connection name> debug nodetach
> You'll see a lot of messages, and, probably, some errors. Most of
> them are probably non-fatal, but try eliminating all of them by
> setting right asyncmap, compression, authentication etc
> In the end you should get IP and connection shouldn't break after a
> minute or so, which is often because of 2.
Thanks. As far as I understand, the <connection name> should be the name
of a file in /etc/ppp/peers? If so, this is probably something he should
> 2. ip route
> Check that there's only one default route, that there's a route to IP
> you're connecing with, aside from default one through it, and that
> it's metric is lower than the default one. Check that you can still
> ping that IP.
I checked that already, that seems fine.
> Mike Kazantsev // fraggod.net