Oliver A. Rojo wrote:

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Oliver A. Rojo wrote:

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Nikos Vassiliadis wrote:

On Monday 15 May 2006 12:17, Oliver A. Rojo wrote:
Hi!

I have a running mpd on my freebsd-5.2.1 linux fw but whenever I connect
my windows client it says "port is closed"

my mpd.conf

default:
   load pptp
pptp:
   new -i ng0 pptp pptp
   set iface disable on-demand
   set iface enable proxy-arp
   set bundle disable multilink
   set bundle authname traxx
   set bundle enable encryption
   set link yes acfcomp protocomp
   set link disable pap
   set link enable chap
   set link keep-alive 10 60
   set ipcp enable vjcomp
   set ipcp ranges 192.168.3.30/32 192.168.3.33/32
   set ipcp dns 192.168.3.2
   set bundle enable compression
   set ccp enable mppc
   set ccp enable mpp-e40
   set ccp enable mpp-e128
   set ccp yes mpp-stateless
   set bundle enable crypt-reqd




have you try to change the "enable" to "yes" for this option? maybe it will work

set ccp yes mppc set ccp yes mpp-e40 set ccp yes mpp-e128
       set ccp yes mpp-stateless
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Hi!

I did set to "yes" but still problem exists

#  mpd -s syslog_ident

Multi-link PPP for FreeBSD, by Archie L. Cobbs.
Based on iij-ppp, by Toshiharu OHNO.
mpd: pid 2427, version 3.18 ([EMAIL PROTECTED] 16:23 15-May-2006)
[pptp0] ppp node is "mpd2427-pptp0"
[pptp0] can't connect iface and inet: File exists
[pptp0] netgraph initialization failed
mpd: no bundles defined (10x)

try kill mpd then "ngctl shut ng0:" do it for for all ngN that mpd created re-run mpd hope it will work


Ok here's the result:

#  ngctl shut ng0
ngctl: shutdown: No such file or directory


"ngctl shut ng0:" please take note the semicolon dont leave it :)
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