On Fri, 15 Oct 2004, Conall O'Brien wrote:
> After begrudignly rebooting my router, yeah. Just running "pppd call
> $peer" does nothing but report the PADO packaet error again in my
> Looking at my same errors being reported that Google can find, I suspect
> it's a setting problem with pppd or Roaring Pengiun's PPPoE stuff...
It's a fairly generic error...
I'd look at the hardware.
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