>>>>> "Hartwig" == Hartwig Felger <hgfelger@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Did you use an actual version of the isdn4k-utils compiled
>> against 2.4.0-test9 header files? If not, isdnctrl or ipppd
>> should give you a warning messages.
Hartwig> isdn4k-utils.v3.1pre1 against test9, using a gcc-2.95.2
o.k., just wanted to be sure because I observed some minor instability
problems when the isdn-related header files changed some -testX ago.
Otherwise, I did not experience any problems.
Hartwig> Ok. I now made a new kernel test-10pre3 (made distclean,
Hartwig> and just added the things I need, e.g. isdn, hisax,
Hartwig> elsa-microlink-isdn-pci). Also I typed in the isdnctrl
Hartwig> sequence... and it crashed again!
Hartwig> Which setup works for you? With the test9 i tryed
Hartwig> german-msn-by-call, which does not crash (it uses no
Hartwig> auth.), but planet-intercom-by-call does carsh, as well
Hartwig> as dialing into my office. The debugging is not easy, as
Hartwig> it does not sync, before the machine crashes, and so I do
Hartwig> not have logging-information.
As it occurs only with certain providers, it might be compression related.
Different providers might support different kinds of compression. Thus,
the problem might only occur with certain providers.
In order to get further insights (and maybe for beeing able to re-produce
- Which isdn_ppp compression support is configured in your kernel?
- Which isdn_ppp compression is configured for your ipppd?
- Can you determine form the syslog (`debug' option of ipppd) what
compression was negotiated with the different providers?
- For the providers which crash: Try to switch on or off compression
by means of the ipppd command line or ipppd´s options file.