Justin Wong wrote:
I am having trouble getting ppp to work within vimages.  Without vimages, my
box is able to connect (via vr0 interface) and assign it to tun0.  With
vimages, I assign vr0 to it (continuing with the name vr0 instead of eth0)
and ppp cannot detect it therefore I am unable to request for an IP.  I am
wondering whether this is a limitation on vimages/jails running ppp.

Here is the error I am receiving:

Dec  1 09:24:53 n2 ppp[1481]: tun0: Warning: deflink: PPPoE: unknown host
Dec  1 09:24:53 n2 ppp[1481]: tun0: Warning: deflink: PPPoE: unknown host
Dec  1 09:24:53 n2 ppp[1481]: tun0: Warning: deflink: Device (PPPoE:vr0)
must bee
gin with a '/', a '!' or contain at least one ':'
Dec  1 09:24:53 n2 ppp[1481]: tun0: Phase: deflink: Enter pause (0) for
redialinn
g.


Here is my ppp.conf:

default:
 set log phase lcp ipcp ccp tun command
 set speed sync
 set mru 1492
 set mtu 1492
 set ctsrts off
 enable lqr
 set timeout 0
 set redial 0 0
 set device PPPoE:vr0
 set authname username
 set authkey password
 set dial
 set ifaddr 10.0.0.1/0 10.0.0.2/0 255.255.255.0 0.0.0.0
 add default HISADDR


I also attempted to assign tun0 to a vimage, but it seems to lose its IP.

It may be that there is an interaction between netgraph and vimage that is not yet worked out..

by chance I have a vimage kernel on my soekris 5501 with a pppoe link using ppp.
I may try switching it over to another vimage and see what it does.
(tonight after work)

it's possible that the negraph pppoe node is only looking in the base vimage for the interface.




-J
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