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Date:      Tue, 14 Mar 1995 14:36:05 +0900 (JST)
From:      Atsushi MURAI <amurai@spec.co.jp>
To:        derek@mfa.com (Derek Inksetter)
Cc:        amurai@spec.co.jp, questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Re: PPP difficulties...
Message-ID:  <199503140536.OAA29718@specgw.spec.co.jp>
In-Reply-To: <199503131535.HAA11593@freefall.cdrom.com> from "Derek Inksetter" at Mar 13, 95 09:31:08 am

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> > Just few quesion for you. Which ppp are trying ? /usr/sbin/ppp or pppd?
> > And Could you show us a log message (+Increase log level) for this ?
> 
> I don't see a /usr/sbin/ppp on my system, only pppd. Is that something from
> a newer release/snapshot? (I'm running 950202, not 950210 or -current)

I am sure /usr/sbin/ppp include into -current and Latest Snap Shot.
But you still need to re-config kernel including tunnel device 
"pseudo-device tun 0"

> I'm using pppd, and whenever I increase the debug level (How high do I 
> need to go?), I just get startup/negotiation messages.  As soon as a 
> connection is established, nothing else gets put into the log. When I get 
> home to the machine in question, I'll post that log.

No. I don't mean let you forcely move from pppd to ppp. But either one
I think we might need to more information from you. and currently I am
working on /usr/sbin/ppp with author for FreeBSD and other platform.
So I can make sense problem of ppp rather than pppd right now ;-)

> Derek

Atsushi.
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Atsushi Murai				Email : amurai@spec.co.jp
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