Sounds like it hasn't loaded the config. Are the files in the default
locations? What are the ownerships & permissions? Make sure there is a
blank line after each definition, including at the end of the file.

(I spent a week getting mpd(8) to work - turned out that not all the
kernel modules were loaded when needed...)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eddy Ramos" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: mpd - question 3: 'it still doesnt work...'

> Does anyone know what is wrong with my mpd settings? please? it still
> won't do anything...
> See what happens (nothing):
> # mpd
>   Multi-link PPP for FreeBSD, by Archie L. Cobbs.
>   Based on iij-ppp, by Toshiharu OHNO.
>   mpd: pid 35718, version 3.13
>   [:]
> I switched on logging of all logging options, but when we try to
> to the machine from outside the network nothing is logged, just af is
> aren't getting thru to it. I set the firewall type to OPEN (allow all
> ip), so that can't be the problem. I tried to connect to it from a
> Windows XP machine (via the Network Connections - New Connection
> - Connect to the network at my workplace using VPN), but Windows just
> states that the connection can not be established. Meanwhile, nothing
> logged by mpd. I just see [:]. I also issued some commands at the mpd
> prompt. See what happens:
>   [:] link
>   mpd: no bundles defined
>   [:] bundle
>   mpd: no bundles defined
>   [:]
> Is that a problem?
> My configuration file 'mpd.conf':
>   default:
>   load pptp0
>   pptp0:
>   new -i ng0 pptp0 pptp0
>   set iface disable on-demand
>   set bundle disable multilink
>   set iface enable proxy-arp
>   set link yes acfcomp protocomp
>   set link no pap chap
>   set link enable chap
>   set link keep-alive 60 180
>   set ipcp yes vjcomp
>   set ipcp ranges
>   set ipcp dns
>   set ipcp nbns
>   set bundle enable compression
>   set ccp yes mppc
>   set ccp yes mpp-e40
>   set ccp yes mpp-e128
>   set ccp yes mpp-stateless
>   set bundle yes crypt-reqd
> My links file 'mpd.links':
>   pptp0:
>   set link type pptp
>   set pptp self
>   set pptp enable incoming
>   set pptp disable originate
> I also used a user / password combination in the mpd.secrets file.
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