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LCP error on ppp when switching from kernel-2.2.14 to 2.3.99pre6



I'm running ppp-2.3.10-3. When I tried to go from 2.2.14 of linux to
2.3.99pre6, everything seemed to be ok until I tried to connect to my
ISP. Then I get the following snippet:

Apr 28 20:16:02 localhost connect: Initializing Modem
Apr 28 20:16:02 localhost connect: Dialing 4299300
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost connect: chat:  Apr 28 20:16:26 CONNECT
115200
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost connect: Protocol started
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost diald[352]: Running pppd (pid = 738).
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost kernel: PPP generic driver version 2.4.1
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost pppd[738]: pppd 2.3.10 started by root, uid
0
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost pppd[738]: Using interface ppp0
Apr 28 20:16:27 localhost pppd[738]: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/ttyS0
Apr 28 20:16:57 localhost pppd[738]: LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
Apr 28 20:16:57 localhost pppd[738]: Connection terminated.
Apr 28 20:16:57 localhost pppd[738]: Exit.

This problem has to be fixed. I checked dejanews and there are people
getting this problem, but no answer on how to fix it. Here's my
/etc/ppp/options file:

1010 > cat options 
lock noauth
user steveo

I'd also like to add one more comment to the mix: I have two
modems. One is a Motorola VoiceSURFER. The other is on my wife's
identical computer. Her's is a USR V.90. Both are external. I tried
to move her modem onto my computer a while back and had the same
error. It went away when I restored my Motorola.

I really don't even know how to start debugging this.

Anyone have  a clue?

Many thanks in advance.

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