Re: PPPoE Modem hangup after random time - how to debug?

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On Sun, 26 Apr 2020 at 03:34, Michael Richardson <mcr@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> David Balažic <xerces9@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>     > OK, more data:
>     > I started tcpdump with the -e option as suggested on openwrt forum:
>     > tcpdump -e -v -i eth1.3902 pppoed
> tcpdump isn't going to be able to see what happens after the interface goes
> down.
>         tcpdump -e -v -i eth1 vlan 3902 pppoed
> ought to work slightly better, but due to the way vlans are evaluated, might
> not work properly.  {as maintainer, it's a major PITA...}

tcpdump -e -v -i eth1 vlan 3902 and pppoed

seems to work, it started it and wait for results. (just "tcpdump -e
-v -i eth1 vlan 3902" shows a lot of packets)

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