mhummel at pcug.org.au
Fri Aug 10 17:06:38 EST 2001
A little progress, I think. I am now seing packets being sent through
eth0 via tcpdump. However, it is still timing out.
On Thu, 9 Aug 2001, Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 09, 2001 at 12:43:37AM +1000, Mark Hummel wrote:
> > Hi,
> Are you using the kernel or the userspace pppoe?
> Did you specify the right interface?
> tcpdump should show PADI packets.
tcpdump is now showing PAD* packets, but it is still timing out.
Using the debug mode with the adsl-start script, some debugging output
is produced. This output suggests that the ethernet card must be
in half-duplex, 10 Meg mode. Checking this setting under Windows, reveals
it is set to "auto". I don't know how to set these values under linux,
short of supplying the parameters to the kernel. Is there are way to do it
via /proc? I checked the ethernet HOWTO, and it didn't say.
> Check that pppoe -A shows something.
pppoe -A shows the AC name and also the MAC address of the ethernet card.
Should pppoe-sniff recognize the PAD packets? It is not showing anything.
Its blurb says it waits for the first PADR packet.
I realised I was a little light on the details, so here they are:
smz ez ethernet card
realtek ethernet card
Thanks for your help,
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