mpd5 for LTE modem connection issue

    I've got an issue to connect to mobile LTE using mpd5 due to the following error. Standard PPP conenction works but is slow (up to 30 Mb/s). root@server:~ # usbconfig ugen0.3 ugen0.3: <SimTech, Incorporated SimTech, Incorporated> at usbus0, cfg=0 md=HOST spd=HIGH (480Mbps) pwr=ON (500mA)...
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    l2tpd troubleshooting on FreeBSD 11.1

    Hi, I am trying to setup IPSEC/L2TP VPN client on FreeBSD 11.1, I got security/strongswan working and I can see it establish the connection, now trying to setup net/l2tpd, Following is the configuration: /usr/local/etc/l2tp/l2tp.conf [global] access control = yes Port = 1701 [lac l2tp] lns =...
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    Issue with PPPoE via Vigor 120 modem

    Hey all I have PPPoA to premesis and I want to run it in PPPoE mode so I can get a public ip on my gateway, the hardware in question is thus: http://www.draytek.co.uk/products/business/vigor-120 which is known working with freebsd and PPPoE/A,I am trying to use the following ppp.conf: default...
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    Userland ppp routing problem

    I have noticed a difference in behavior between ppp on FreeBSD 9.3 and FreeBSD 10.2 in what routes are added when a PPPoE session comes up. I have been using this configuration since FreeBSD 7+ My config with secrets and public IPs changed is as follows: default: set log Phase Chat IPCP CCP...
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    pppconf - small utility for configure PPPoE

    Hi! My name is Bogdan Nikolaev, i'm from Eysk, Russia. I'm writed small program for very easy configuring PPPoE connection - pppconf. What is works? Simple, pppconf ask few questions and create valid ppp.conf file. Program written in C and can be compiled using GCC at least version 4.2.1...
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    Getting in from outside my network

    Quite new to this whole thing but : I have two FreeBSD machines running. The current production machine is reachable from anywhere, the new one isn't reachable from anywhere, but within and can reach out to the internet (but needs to be reachable from outside the network). I'm sure I'm not...