- Without the command ppp callback accept, the ppp connection works properly
- When enabling callback, the client and the router agree on callback, the router disconnects and then reconnects, the interface comes up and then the router sends several CONFREQs with no response before disconnecting.
In the meanwhile, running windump on the calling client, shows that the client itself sends 8 CONFREQs with no response from the router. I tried with a Win 98 client and the behaviour is the same (from the router side at least).
Could you have a look at the configuration and tell me where the problem comes from ?
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