Yes, tell me about the instructions that don't work. I could only get a
response from the PPPoE server 7 hours later.. just to get stuck on: Too
many LCP requests sent - abandoning negotiation.
It would be nice if some PPP guru could explain what that error means
(apart from too many LCP requests have been sent, and the driver is
abandoning the negotiation)
Any feedback is VERY MUCH welcome :-)
>> Hugo Silva ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [040829 08:53]:
>>> Today I went to a friend's house to install FreeBSD on his workstation,
>>> trying to make him change to open source software. I am a cable user
>>> he has ADSL. I had never configured ADSL on FreeBSD, nor USB
>>> to the net. So I did some pre-reading on the handbook and some
>> I tried configuring one of these things for FreeBSD. The web page
>> directions were extremely simple, with the minor problem that they, ahh,
>> didn't work. (Even had a bit on UK connections - I'm in the UK.) I never
>> did get it to work right.
>> I am now using a Speedtouch 510, which does the connection itself, and
>> be confitured using a web interface (it was *easier* to configure using
>> web interface via FreeBSD than using its custom application on Windows!)
>> even by telneting directly to the device - ah, bliss ;-)
>> - d.
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