Brian Somers writes:
> > I see literally the exact same thing.
> > I thought it was just my screwup, as i had installed 0609-CURRENT (the
> > latest installs don't work, at least, on my desktop, so i picked the
> > from my birthday :P), which worked fine, then cvsup'd, installed the
> > kernel, did a make world, rebooted, and pppoe no longer worked.
> > tcpdump shows the same thing you are seeing.
> Please try the latest version of ppp. It *should* try to load the
> ng_ether node now. This is a requirement for new kernels.
> Alternatively, kldload ng_ether before starting ppp.
Doesn't help. ng_ether.ko was being automatically loaded before your
change. Loading it before starting ppp also doesn't help.
I'm beginning to think that the bug is in NETGRAPH.
Gary Jennejohn / [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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