You should suspect your simulator. The MagicNumber is an option within LCP negotiations, it is a randomly generated number that is intended to detect loopback conditions. In the first case, we are receiving our own MagicNumber - thus we believe there to be a loop. Given the consistency,
Whatever PPP/LCP frames your router "stuart" is sending out, its coming back into itself (as shown by the same magic number in the outbound and the next inbount LCP). Its intermittent but you definitely need to check your simulator. No where else.
Do you have any hunting setup in the simulator for 01628500453? If you added "debug isdn q931" to the mix it might help a little, maybe not, since the simulator could be doing anything with those ppp packets. Do you have more then one channel assigned to either router?
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