PPPoE Setup loosing "Configure a NULL Service Name" After Reboot

  • I have my PPPoE setup correctly and it works great, but after a reboot the check box for "Configure a NULL Service name" is unchecked, and I need it to stay checked for it to reconnect.  Is this a bug that needs to be fixed or am I not saving it right?

    I have to go back in and recheck the box to get it to connect, but only after a reboot, which doesn't happen often, but if there is a power outage I don't want to have to travel in to check that box so that it will connect again.

    I am running pfSense 2.0-RC3 with the July 4 build.  I have it running on a Dell Intel Xeon.  Although this information is pointless since this has nothing to do with my setup, just a bug in the system.  I will post this again in the bugs section, but I wanted to make sure that I was doing things right.

  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    Update to a current snapshot.

    That is now the default setting if you leave the service name blank, it sends the null. No real need to check that box anymore.

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