Re: Starting dhcpcd terminates the established PPPoE connection

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Hi James,

Thanks for looking into this.

On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 6:20 PM, James Carlson <carlsonj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> It's remotely possible that the disconnection is unrelated to DHCP and
> that it's just coincidence.  That's why I suggested posting more of the
> logs.  But I think it's just a very remote possibility.

I've added the log files to dropbox. I've rebooted the system at 01:39
and at 01:59.


I was able to bring the line back up after I've removed the ip-up
script that starts/stops dhcpcd.

> I'm afraid that most likely means that you need to talk with your ISP
> and find out if they have logs or error messages to share with you.  My
> experience with most of these ISPs, though, is that there's nobody home
> at the other end, and the only thing you can really do is quit and find
> a better one.
> Your mileage may vary.
>> Dec 25 02:26:57 kaldra pppd[8185]: Failed to disconnect PPPoE socket:
>> 114 Operation already in progress
> Besides this apparently spurious error message, did the PPPoE client log
> any sort of message about the disconnection?

I can't see anything.

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