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Old 08-26-2004, 03:24 PM   #1
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ADSL is working, but NO answer from pppoeconf


I am using the pppeconf utility on Knoppix.

After I start the tool, it looks for a PPPOE service. Hower it says that no repsonse from the network is received.

If I look in tcpdump (also present in KNOPPIX ;-) I indeed see the PPPOE PADI messages coming out , but nothing is received from the network.

This is very strange, because if I go back to windows, same PC, same NIC, same cable, same DSL-line, I am able to connect via PPPOE with no problem.

Is it because the operator thinks I have allready a service name, it does not give me a name when I ask for it ?

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