[Apologies for the delay, I've just got back from holiday]
On Mon, 31 Jul 2000, Martin Husemann wrote:
Am I right in understanding that these logs show a timeout sending an LCP
No, these logs seem to show there is no B-channel activity going on after your
tel0 call came in.
Could you check if this happens after the incoming call is accepted (case 1)
or after the tel0 call is disconnected (case 2)?
I started pinging a remote host and then called the answerphone. Packets
stopped getting through as the call was answered. So, case 1.
I have no idea why a tel0 connection should mess with your B-channel assigned
to the isp0 connection. You could try another one: Phone in (to get B channel
0 assigned to the phone connection), dial out via isp, then terminate the tel0
call (now isp0 should be at B channel 1), then test if another incoming phone
call messes isp0 up.
Brought the link down, phoned the answerphone, brought the link up,
started pinging, hung up on the answerphone, phoned the answerphone and
packets stopped getting through.
So it seems that an incoming tel0 call messes up isp0 regardless of the
channel in use.
Gillette - the best a man can forget
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