> I'm trying to get two PPP devices to work together to setup a PPP
> connection. I have control over one of them - meaning I can set whatever
> options I please - but I can't control the other device, it's options are
> I think I've almost got them working because they pass the LCP request - ack
> stage and enter the IPCP stage. In the IPCP stage, my IPCP-Req is Ack'd, so
> I'm halfway there. Their IPCP-Req is received by me with IP-addr=0.0.0.0
> and I respond with IPCP-Nak IP-addr=192.168.20.50. All this seems correct
> to me, but then the device doesn't accept my Nak and either re-sends its
> original IPCP-Req or goes back to the LCP-Req stage.
> Does any have ideas on why this could happen or something I can try?
> My log is below, Thanks for reading :)
> # pppd file options.pppBCM nodetach
> pppd options in effect:
> debug # (from options.pppBCM)
> nodetach # (from command line)
I think that he is not hearing you most of the time.
More information about what it is you are trying to do, and what is on the
other side of the link would be useful. (Cell phone, windows machine,
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