I have some investigative research to do into PPPoE and a wireless modem device. I'm have been using rp-pppoe by Roaring Penguin to start a pppoe session as a client. Whilst watching packets being sent by said program (using wireshark), I have noticed that there is no difference when the -s (synchronous mode) option is set or not.
I just installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a computer. I want to use this computer as a router for my other computers. The computer only has 1 network card, there is no slot for a second card. I can get the computer to connect to my ISP via pppoe and it can access the web. However the other computers on my local net can only see the router computer.
I am using CentOS release 5.4 (Final) in my x86_64 machine (Linux 2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP).
I try to connect my client machine (user: aluppp) with userspace pppoe-server.
pppoe-server fails to send out PADS frames back to client.
Client cfg (pppd/2.4.5/rp-pppoe.so):
I am a new bee , to arch, ubuntu , mint and opensuse are the distros i have known well, but in arch - after connecting to the DSL pppoe (dynamic ip ) & wired connection, I cannot ping , or update from mirros.Don't know why ?
Hello guys. My name is Ovid. I'm using Fedora 16 on my TOSHIBA C660 Laptop. I want to configure my network internet with ppp0. (PPPoE)
I set up with pppoe-setup, but doing pppoe-start, it's not starting.
If I do ifconfig, I don't see eth0 or ppp0, i see p17p1 or something like that.
How should I do?
hi im trying to connect to pppoe with rp-pppoe
but after configuring with pppoe-setup ,
when i trying to pppoe-start or ifup ppp0
nothing happens !!
i did some searches and i think its maybe for "Ethernet interface" which seems its not eth0 any more!
tnx guys ;)
I'm having a problem getting a PPPoE connection to work over a wireless network.
My internet provider uses PPPoE to authenticate over the wireless network. My USB wireless device can connect to the WAP, but the PPPoE is where I start having problems. If I try to set up the PPPoE it tries to connect on the eth port instead of the wlan.