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Re: [SLUG] PPP Multilink 2002
- To: Steven Evans <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] PPP Multilink 2002
- From: Jean-Francois Dive <jef@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Dec 6 11:24:02 2002
- Cc: SLUG <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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are you testing properly ? the linux PPP stack will send traffic trough
one PPP channel for each tcp connection (keep one connection on one
ppp session), this to avoid reordering problems which are bad with TCP.
MPPP (and MMPPP (multi chassi, multilink ppp) setup is difficult to miss
on the cisco side as quite simple, so, check it out on your side.
On Thu, Dec 05, 2002 at 05:01:47PM +1100, Steven Evans wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> Am currently trying to setup a multilink connection with a 2.4.19 kernel,
> pppd 2.4.1, and slackware 7.1. I have 2 56k modems calling an isp with
> cisco digital access server 5300/5400's answering the call.
> I call the isp, get the same ip for both modems, but send traffic through
> one modem or send from one and receive from the other. imho, that isnt
> Are there any pointers (besides pppd multilink) that i am missing? I
> thought multilinking via 2.4 was easier than 2.2? What logs would you guys
> like to see?
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