It is quite probable that the immediate cause of the problem is that the interface is configured with protocol HDLC and that the HDLC keepalives are not getting through. It is not so clear what is preventing the HDLC keepalives but I suspect that it is something with the Paradyne 3810 modem. The serial interface is not configured with anything about dialup, so am I correct to assume that all of the dial up parameters are configured on the Paradyne 3810? Can you check on the Paradyne 3810 and see whether there is some problem with it? Is it attempting to dial? Is the dial connection being completed?
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