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DavidCo
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PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

Just an easy one.

What does the 'Peer not responding' bit mean, from the subject.

Cheers

 

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DavidCo
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

Perhaps I should have added the next line

00:29:16, 24 Feb.(298260.470000) PPPoE is down after 4968 minutes uptime [Disconnected]
00:29:14, 24 Feb.(298258.170000) PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

 

So, as all were shut down for the night, the question is - what peer.

Why does it then disconnect 2 secs later.

Do I have a fault with the HH5.

After all, even if there is a non-reponsive peer, that is not a reason to disconnect.

 

 

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ray_dorset
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]


@DavidCo wrote:

After all, even if there is a non-reponsive peer, that is not a reason to disconnect.

 

 


It is actually. Which is why it is disconnected.

 

PPP LCP termination

  • It is recommended that the Access Concentrator occasionally send LCP Echo-Request packets to the host to determine the state of the PPP session, so that the Access Concentrator can determine whether the host has terminated without sending an LCP terminate request packet
  • When LCP terminated, the host and Access Concentrator MUST stop using that PPPoE session. If the host wishes to start another PPP session, it MUST return to the PPPoE Discovery phase.
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DavidCo
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

Hi Ray

So where is the 'host' and the 'AC' (simple terms pleaseSmiley Embarassed)

 

 

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ray_dorset
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

I think the host is your modem and the AC is the BRAS in the BT network
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ray_dorset
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

Perhaps a pictorial depiction would help

 

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DavidCo
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Re: PPP LCP Send Termination Request [Peer not responding]

Thanks Ray, that puts that disconnect in the 'odds n sods bin'

I keep checking the logs for any clues to my long, long standing issue.

That is being disconnected whilst vdsl/uptime is still good.

Oh well, onwards and downwards.

 

Good grief, Kitz still going. I'd forgotten, it's that long ago.

 

 

 

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