SFP ONU MA5671A no PPPoE connection

Hi all! I want to use MA5671A SFP ONU in bpi-r4 but cannot connect via pppoe session

logread says, that:

Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.warn pppd[5189]: Timeout waiting for PADO packets
Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.err pppd[5189]: Unable to complete PPPoE Discovery
Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.info pppd[5189]: Exit.
Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.info pppd[5295]: Plugin pppoe.so loaded.
Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.info pppd[5295]: PPPoE plugin from pppd 2.4.9
Tue May 21 11:26:40 2024 daemon.notice pppd[5295]: pppd 2.4.9 started by root, uid 0

Which image/version do you use?

Vendor image seems to have this issue

I use an openwrt latest snapshot

Worked only with vlan:

Wed May 22 06:41:54 2024 daemon.info pppd[3410]: Plugin pppoe.so loaded.
Wed May 22 06:41:54 2024 daemon.info pppd[3410]: PPPoE plugin from pppd 2.4.9
Wed May 22 06:41:55 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: pppd 2.4.9 started by root, uid 0
Wed May 22 06:42:05 2024 daemon.info pppd[3410]: PPP session is 314
Wed May 22 06:42:05 2024 daemon.warn pppd[3410]: Connected to ****** via interface eth2.22
Wed May 22 06:42:05 2024 daemon.info pppd[3410]: Using interface pppoe-WAN_SFP
Wed May 22 06:42:05 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: Connect: pppoe-WAN_SFP <--> eth2.22
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: PAP authentication succeeded
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: peer from calling number ***** authorized
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: local  IP address *****
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: remote IP address *****
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: primary   DNS address ****
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice pppd[3410]: secondary DNS address ****
Wed May 22 06:42:08 2024 daemon.notice netifd: Network device 'pppoe-WAN_SFP' link is up

Which kernelversion? Maybe you can look if ppe patch is there and try after dropping it? Or does your ISP require the vlan (like mine)

I am the law :rofl: I mean ISP. I am try drop patch and write here after that. Kernel 6.6.30

If you remove the patch, nothing changes.

Ok,thanks for testing,was worth a try…

Have you enabled some kind of hardware acceleration? If yes try without it

Okay, I’ll try and post the results here