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 From:  "Lee Sharp" <leesharp at hal dash pc dot org>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] FW: Problems with PPPoE
 Date:  Wed, 27 Sep 2006 10:04:25 -0500
MAC spoofing is often an issue.  Some cards really do not like it.  Try 
changing the WAN nic.  (Really just a guess, as it is odd to me as well)

                        Lee
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alexandra Bochkaryova" <shade at nnz dot ru>
To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 9:51 AM
Subject: [m0n0wall] FW: Problems with PPPoE


> Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase, say anything about my problem. Did I describe it
> wrong? Oh, may be there isn't enough information?
>
> I just want to have any ways of solving my problem!! Thanks!!!!
>
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ---------------------------------------------------
>
> From: Alexandra Bochkaryova
> Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2006 1:27 PM
> To: 'm0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch'
> Subject: Problems with PPPoE
>
>
>
> Good day.
>
> I've tried monowall 1.2b, 1.21 and 1.22 and had the same problem with 
> PPPoE
> on each.
>
> Well, here is the prehistory. My office connects to Internet with the help
> of PPPoE connection (mpd daemon) through ADSL modem.
>
> Nowadays I use a freebsd 5.4 - server for this purpose and all is good. 
> Here
> is the mpd.conf of this server:
>
> PPPoE:
>
>        new -i ng0 PPPoE PPPoE
>
>        set bundle authname "*****"
>
>        set bundle password "*****"
>
>        set bundle enable compression
>
> #
>
>        set link keep-alive 15 30
>
>        set link disable pap chap
>
>        set link accept pap chap
>
>        set link enable acfcomp protocomp
>
>        set link enable no-orig-auth
>
>        set iface up-script /usr/local/etc/mpd/if_up
>
> #
>
>        set ccp enable mppc mpp-compress mpp-e40 mpp-e56 mpp-e128
>
>        set ecp enable des
>
> #
>
>        set ipcp enable vjcomp
>
>        set ipcp no req-pri-dns req-sec-dns req-pri-nbns req-sec-nbns
>
> #
>
>        set iface route default
>
> #
>
>        open iface
>
>
>
> File /usr/local/etc/mpd/if_up just turns on NAT:
>
>
>
> #!/bin/sh
>
> /sbin/ipnat -CFf /etc/ipnat.rules
>
>
>
> Where file /etc/ipnat.rules is:
>
>
>
> map ng0 10.19.1.0/24 -> real-ip/32 proxy port ftp ftp/tcp
>
> map ng0 10.19.1.0/24 -> real-ip/32
>
>
>
> Well. Now I want to replace this server with monowall. I configured 
> monowall
> due to my old server's options. After that - local network is accessible,
> and monowall from local network too, web-conf too. But it can't set up 
> pppoe
> connection. I can see in System -> Interfaces, that WAN interface is up 
> and
> it has the MAC-address that I assigned to it (ISP provided), but the PPPoE
> link is down and don't want to connect. Here are logs of monowall:
>
> mpd: [pppoe] pausing 6 seconds before open
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device is now in state DOWN
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device: OPEN event in state DOWN
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device is now in state OPENING
>
> mpd: [pppoe] PPPoE connection timeout after 9 seconds
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device: DOWN event in state OPENING
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device is now in state DOWN
>
> mpd: [pppoe] link: DOWN event
>
> mpd: [pppoe] LCP: Down event
>
> mpd: [pppoe] device: OPEN event in state DOWN
>
> mpd: [pppoe] pausing 6 seconds before open
>
>
>
> and so on and so on... and the mpd.conf of monowall is:
>
> pppoe:
>        new -i ng0 pppoe pppoe
>        set iface route default
>        set iface disable on-demand
>        set iface idle 0
>        set iface up-script /usr/local/sbin/ppp-linkup
>        set bundle disable multilink
>        set bundle authname "*****"
>        set bundle password "*****"
>        set link keep-alive 10 60
>        set link max-redial 0
>        set link no acfcomp protocomp
>        set link disable pap chap
>        set link accept chap
>        set link mtu 1492
>        set ipcp yes vjcomp
>        set ipcp ranges 0.0.0.0/0 0.0.0.0/0
>        open iface
>
>
>
>            I compared conf-files of old-server and monowall and decided to
> change "monowalls" one to be like "oldservers" one. I took image, changed 
> it
> and uploaded. The monowalls mpd.conf then turned to be just like 
> oldservers
> one (you can see it above), but the problem remained just the same (and 
> the
> logs too). I don't know want to do. I've read in threads about problems 
> with
> LCP protocol - about ISP blocking LCP packets, but my ISP assures me that
> all is ok about LCP.
>
> Please, tell me smth :-) Thanks.
>
>
>
> Alexandra
>
>