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Old 06-30-2005, 07:57 AM   #1
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Question isdn not working on Fedora 4


I installed Fedora 4 and everything works fine except isdn. When the system boots, it reports loading of isdn modules not ok, but after that it reports isdn device and modules ok. I installed all isdn packages from fedora dvd.
This is my isdn.log typical line:

Code:
Jun 30 11:12:19 2005|                |+4976767676     |    0|        46|1120122739|   -1|O| 16|       113|        88|3.2|7|0|0.062|EUR|0.0899| 33|  4|
Why is there +4976767676 number here, when I dial 076767676?

This is from /var/log/messages:

Code:
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ifup-ippp: ifconfig ippp0 0.0.0.0 pointopoint 0.0.0.0  up
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ifup-ippp: ipppd 0.0.0.0:0.0.0.0  defaultroute deldefaultroute file /etc/ppp/ioption-secret-ippp0 ipparam carnet ipcp-accept-local /dev/ippp0 ipcp-accept-remote -vj -vjccomp -ac -pc -bsdcomp -callback-cbcp noccp -chap ms-get-dns 
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ipppd[3637]: Found 1 device: 
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ipppd[3638]: ipppd i2.2.12 (isdn4linux version of pppd by MH) started
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ipppd[3638]: init_unit: 0 
Jun 30 11:12:16 localhost ipppd[3638]: Connect[0]: /dev/ippp0, fd: 16
Jun 30 11:12:18 localhost kernel: ippp0: dialing 1 076767676... 
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost kernel: isdn_net: ippp0 connected
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: Local number: , Remote number: 076767676, Type: outgoing
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: PHASE_WAIT -> PHASE_ESTABLISHED, ifunit: 0, linkunit: 0, fd: 16
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: Remote message: Authentication failure
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: PAP authentication failed
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: LCP terminated by peer
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: Modem hangup
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: Connection terminated.
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: taking down PHASE_DEAD link 0, linkunit: 0
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: closing fd 16 from unit 0
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: link 0 closed , linkunit: 0
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: reinit_unit: 0 
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost ipppd[3638]: Connect[0]: /dev/ippp0, fd: 16
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost kernel: ippp0: remote hangup
Jun 30 11:12:19 localhost kernel: ippp0: Chargesum is 0
Is this a modules problem, configuration problem or something else?

Hope someone can help me, and thanks in advance
 
Old 07-18-2005, 12:24 PM   #2
DrChaos
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Same problem here. But I'm one step ahead....

The PAP-Authentification is failing, because the Net Config-Tool write two lines in /etc/ppp/pap-secrets...

If I delete the second row, the PAP message dissapear, but I can't establish a connection...

After PHASE_ESTABLISHED... I get
Modem hangup
Connection terminated....


Any help is appreciated...
Thanks
 
  


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