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 From:  "Greg Nicholson" <greg at d0gz dot net>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  pptp server not working with XP client. Can't negotiate callback?
 Date:  Tue, 21 Oct 2003 10:16:32 -0500
Ok, I know this is a Windows is broke question, but I can't get a tunnel
that I though WAS working on m0n0wall last night to work today.  (from same
subnet, just checking the authentication)

Pptp server on m0n0wall P18r522, T1 static IP.  Client is Windows XP coming
from a NAT (with complete pass through) on T3.

Error 619 connecting, relevant logs:

mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: not converging
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: Not supported
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: CALLBACK
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: ACFCOMP
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: PROTOCOMP
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: MAGICNUM 43852d61
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: MRU 1400
Oct 21 09:58:34 	mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: rec'd Configure Request #5 link 0
(Req-Sent)
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: ENDPOINTDISC [802.1] 00 d0 09 f1 1b a2
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: MP SHORTSEQ
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: MP MRRU 1600
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: AUTHPROTO CHAP MSOFTv2
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: MAGICNUM 0efec3a0
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: MRU 1500
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: PROTOCOMP
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: ACFCOMP
Oct 21 09:58:33 	mpd: [pptpc0] LCP: SendConfigReq #63
Oct 21 09:58:31 	mpd: ENDPOINTDISC [802.1] 00 d0 09 f1 1b a2
Oct 21 09:58:31 	mpd: MP SHORTSEQ


There's more of it, but in summary, it appears that the XP client is trying
to force a callback, and mpd doesn't want to.  Anyone seen this before, and
how do I beat XP into just accepting that IT isn't going to be called back?

Thanks!

Greg Nicholson