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Subject: Re: tunnel has died after some weeks
From: Thomas Schaefer <mail,AT,thomas--schaefer,DOT,de>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 23:01:35 +0100
In-reply-to: <200203220742.46430@thomas--schaefer.de>


I did so as you recommended. I added maxerr -1 in the options on the linux 
end (and restarted it of course)  And dbgview works on NT. Now I am waiting 
for the desaster ;-)
One thing in dbgview lets me a little bit wonder. Why is there a key?
I said on both ends "none" respective "nokey".

Thomas Schäfer

> Try setting maxerr -1 in the cipe option files (if you haven't already).
> There is a debug message handling system in NT. This has nothing to do with
> console messages (which are useless for a service) and the Event Log (which
> is a useless facsimile of Syslog on Unix). The messages can be viewed using
> the program DbgView by Mark Russinovich, Ph.D which is freely available
> (binary only). Running DbgView has no side effects and it can be used to
> view messages from an already running service/driver.

W32     11:59:43        317: [CIPE2] Generating ARP entry for [vpn:]
W32     11:59:43        317: [vpn] Key lifetime expired. Forcing key exchange
W32     11:59:43        317: [vpn] Sending CT_PING message


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