> Brian Somers wrote:
> > I've had reports of this in the past.  The other end is sending a
> > ``code 5'' packet - something that doesn't appear in the spec :(
> >
> > ppp(8) just ignores these (emitting a warning), they shouldn't be
> > causing any problems themselves (even if CBCP is actually being used).
> >
> > Try enabling IPCP logging.  You may be having a problem at that
> > level, or alternatively, perhaps the peer thinks you've already got a
> > connection and is (rudely) dropping the connection because of that.
> Attached please find relevant log. I could add that now the problem became even
> more frequent, so I would appreciate any help.
> Thank you!
> -Maxim
> Phase: Pap Output: sobomax1 ********
> Phase: Pap Input: SUCCESS ()

So authentication is ok.

> IPCP: deflink: LayerUp.
> IPCP: myaddr hisaddr =

The IP layer is up.

> IPCP: deflink: RecvTerminateReq(3) state = Opened
> IPCP: deflink: LayerDown:

And the peer closes the connection.

To be honest, I have no idea what's going on here.  It doesn't even 
look as if you sent any data.  I think you may have to ask your ISP 
why they're closing the connection :/
Brian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>                        <brian@[uk.]FreeBSD.org>
      <http://www.Awfulhak.org>                   <brian@[uk.]OpenBSD.org>
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