thx. that fix my problem ;)
the other problem i had after switch that system to -current
is that after a random time, the connection will frzzed.
the routing table still exist, connection is still up.
just cant connect to anywhere outside the network. no error
or anything been loged in ppp.log. the connection just simply
freezed. the only way to bring the connection back is to reboot
the system. (i try to just bring down the interface and bring
back up. but it seems doesnt help), otherwise it will give
an error of unable to connect to device..
at the moment, everytime i run ppp, follow error will appear
module_register: module netgraph already exists!
linker_file_sysinit "netgraph.ko" failed to register! 17
but i believe this has nothing to do with the problem connection
On Sat, 21 Oct 2000, Josh Tiefenbach wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 11:08:28PM +1000, Idea Receiver wrote:
> > I just upgrade one of my server to -current. that server connect to ADSL
> > and act as a gateway.
> > however, after I upgrade that server to -current, all other clients
> > (all windows 98) start acting really strange. clients was unable to
> > connect to more then 60% of web sites. for example, clients can not
> Sounds like a PMTU-D problem. Either change the MTU of the machines behind the
> gateway to something like 1440, or try /usr/ports/net/tcpmssd.
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