Some tips for troubleshooting.
For further help, ask to the
mailing list or sourceforge.net mpd project forum.
Mpd has extensive logging system supporting syslog. To direct logs into a file add lines
!mpd *.* /var/log/mpd.loginto your /etc/syslog.conf file, create /var/log/mpd.log file and send SIGHUP to syslogd to reread config.
To enable all possible logging you can use 'log +all' command.
Make sure you have set
/etc/rc.conf, otherwise your FreeBSD box will not
sysctl -w net.inet.ip.forwarding=1
for immediate effect.
Also, check your firewall settings. Mpd will create new interfaces which may need to be incorporated into your firewall rules. If you're doing PPTP, you need to allow TCP port 1723 and IP protocol 47 (GRE).
Make sure you have all the required netgraph KLD's loaded.
You can check them by doing
kldstat -v | grep ng_ .
Usually these are loaded on demand. If not, you can load them
The following node types are or may be needed:
Make sure your
mpd.conf file formatted properly.
Labels must be left-justified, while other lines must not.
Double-check the shared secret in the RADIUS servers config and the
one specified in
Check the ports of the RADIUS server: they should be 1812 (authentication)
and 1813 (accounting), wich are also the default ports of mpd. In
the past unofficial port numbers (1645 and 1646) were used for RADIUS,
but these are deprecated.
This is often caused by a combination of (a) using netgraph in KLD module
form instead of statically compiling the various modules into the kernel
config(8) options, and (b) increasing your
kernel security level (see the
init(8) man page), which prevents
KLD modules from being loaded. Change one of these things to fix the problem.
This is because mpd is trying to ``redial,'' which of course is not
appropriate for dial-in links. Use
set link max-redial -1 and
set bundle yes noretry to disable the redial function.
Windows XP insists on a very low MTU (usually 1396 Bytes), this needs
fragmentation, if bigger packets should be transmited over the link.
Fragmentation is negotiated at ICMP level, if there is a bad router
somewhere in the network, who drops such packets, then the connection
seems to hang.
The first thing what you can try is reducing mpd's MTU value, by
set link mtu 1300 and
set bundle disable multilink,
this should help in most cases.
For TCP connections it's possible enabling the TCP-MSS-Fix:
set iface enable tcpmssfix.
Upgrade the IOS of your device, see:
CSCdu30944 MPPE rejects stateless Fixed in 12.3(11.4)