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Most Depressing Packet Trace…Ever.

There I was, minding my own business, just trying to set up a
PPTP VPN
(is that a contradiction?) connection, when:

08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - PPP : Received Control Packet of length: 33
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - Data 0000: c2 23 04 01 00 1f 49 20 | .#...^_I
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - Data 0008: 64 6f 6e 27 74 20 6c 69 | don't li
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - Data 0010: 6b 65 20 79 6f 75 2e 20 | ke you.
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - Data 0018: 20 47 6f 20 27 77 61 79 |  Go 'way
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - Data 0020: 2e 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 | ........
08-05-2001 18:46:16.59 - CHAP : Login failed: username, password, or domain was
incorrect.

Once again, SLiRP (“the S stands for
Style”) reaffirms its badassness. Some things never change.

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