I run into some unknown problems when doing simple PPPoE configuration. When my dialer get's ip address it's disconnects in next few seconds and start ppp negotiation from begining. Here is debug below with ppp negotionaion and sss events debuging on.
I'm running on 2811 this one and I tried same simple config on 851 and its' work and there no such lines like SSS.
Has the 851 trace been taken on the same circuit ?
The thing is that the BRAS (ISP router) is starting negotiation again approx 5 secs after it was successfully negotiated. This could be caused only by a change of state on the ATM / VC level. But we have no visibility on that, because the ADLS line is terminated in the ISP modem/bridge.
I'm not sure how I would continue debugging this. Perhaps the ISP would collaborate taking a trace on their side ? I understand that it is unlikely.
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