mac 10.3 connect to windows RAS server dail-up service - PPP

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  1. mac 10.3 connect to windows RAS server dail-up service

    I have a mac running 10.3.7 and cannot connect to a dail-up
    windows RAS server. I am able to connect to our internet VPN
    server when on DSL.

    The RAS server is setup with CHAP v2 and 128bit encryption.

    I am using apple internal modem and this is the connection log
    after I authenticate.

    I do not know what any of these lines mean and would like help
    is determining why I get disconnected (terminated by peer).

    My windows RAS administrator change the CHAP v2 to CHAP v1 and
    turned off MPPC but we get the same results. I been trying
    any option to put the the options file (based on reading other
    topics) and not correct the problem.


    Thanks for any help or suggestions.




    ****************** dail-up log

    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : rcvd [LCP EchoRep id=0x0 magic=0x7133582f]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : rcvd [CHAP Success id=0x0
    "S=FF5074E18C87A2A56BC0E1D62281DF7256B8B311"]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x1 01> ]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : sent [IPV6CP ConfReq id=0x1 fe80::020d:93ff:fec9:c518>]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : rcvd [CCP ConfReq id=0x4 -D +C>]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : sent [LCP ProtRej id=0x2 80 fd 01 04 00 0a
    12 06 00 00 00 e1]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : rcvd [IPCP ConfReq id=0x5 01> ]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : ipcp: returning Configure-ACK
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : sent [IPCP ConfAck id=0x5 01> ]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : rcvd [LCP ProtRej id=0x6 80 57 01 01 00 0e
    01 0a 02 0d 93 ff fe c9 c5 18]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : rcvd [IPCP ConfNak id=0x1
    ]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x2 01> ]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : rcvd [LCP TermReq id=0x7
    "q3X/\000<\37777777715t\000\000\002\37777777746"]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : LCP terminated by peer
    (q3X/^@ Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : sent [LCP TermAck id=0x7]
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : Hangup (SIGHUP)
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : Modem hangup
    Thu Mar 10 07:41:18 2005 : Connection terminated.


    ********** END of LOG

    This is my /etc/ppp/optsions file:


    auth
    debug
    +mppe-128
    +chapms-v2
    require-mschap-v2
    require-mppe



    ************* END OF OPTIONS FILE


  2. Re: mac 10.3 connect to windows RAS server dail-up service

    michael_j_osborn@yahoo.com writes:
    > Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : rcvd [CCP ConfReq id=0x4 > -D +C>]


    The peer demands that you encrypt (true when any of +S, +M, or +L are
    present) and compress (true when +C is present) using Microsoft's
    proprietary MPPE/MPPC.

    > Thu Mar 10 07:41:17 2005 : sent [LCP ProtRej id=0x2 80 fd 01 04 00 0a
    > 12 06 00 00 00 e1]


    You refuse, saying that you know nothing at all about CCP. (Let alone
    MPPE or MPPC.)

    It looks like the system you're using doesn't implement MPPE.

    > This is my /etc/ppp/optsions file:

    ^^^^^^^^ ?

    > auth


    That causes you to demand authentication from your peer. That's
    almost certainly not going to work if you're calling into a Windows
    RAS box. Instead, you want to authentcate yourself and *not* demand
    authentication from the peer -- use "noauth."

    > debug
    > +mppe-128


    That should have caused you to demand MPPE from your peer. You
    didn't, so either this configuration file isn't used at all (see typo
    above), or something's amiss with the pppd or kernel you're using.

    > +chapms-v2
    > require-mschap-v2


    That also causes pppd to demand authentication. If you're the caller
    (and not the callee), it's almost certainly not what you want.

    > require-mppe


    Somewhat suspicious ...

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