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Anybody ever encountered this error message ? connection problems :evil::evil: doing this through pathetic dial up :roll:

 

 

ERROR 0734 - PPP LINK CONTROL PROTOCOL WAS TERMINATED

 

 

Keep getting this coming up when trying to connect through dsl ....... service provider aint got a brain cell between em to tell me what it is and BT are about as much use as a chocolate fire guard :roll::evil: and a mate of mine who is a whizz on comps is on holiday :roll::roll:

 

Anyone ever encountered this ? if so what the hell is it ??? :roll: and Gary let me know the net connection deal you can get :wink:

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This is from Microsoft if it helps....

 

"Error 734: The PPP Link Control Protocol Was Terminated" Error Message Occurs If You Try to Establish a Dial-Up Connection

 

Article ID : 318718

Last Review : December 3, 2007

Revision : 6.4

This article was previously published under Q318718

 

SYMPTOMS

If you try to establish a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) dial-up connection, you may receive the following error message:

Error 734: The PPP link control protocol was terminated.

As a result, you cannot establish a dial-up connection.

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CAUSE

This issue may occur if either of the following conditions are true: ? Multi-link negotiation is turned on for the single-link connection.

 

-or-

? The dial-up connection security configuration is incorrectly configured to use the Require secured password setting.

 

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RESOLUTION

To resolve this issue: 1. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Network and Dial-up Connections.

 

NOTE: For Windows Server 2003, click Start, point to Control Panel, and then point to Network Connections.

2. Right-click the appropriate dial-up networking connection, and then click Properties.

3. Click the Networking tab, and then click Settings.

4. Click to clear the Negotiate multi-link for single link connections check box (if it is selected).

5. Click OK, and then click OK.

6. Double-click the connection, and then click Dial. ? If this procedure resolves the issue and you can establish a dial-up connection, you do not have to follow the remaining steps in this article.

? If this does not resolve the issue and you cannot establish a dial-up connection, go to step 7 to continue to troubleshoot this issue.

 

7. Right-click the connection, and then click Properties.

8. Click the Security tab.

9. Under Security options, click Allow unsecured password in the Validate my identity as follows box, and then click OK.

10. Double-click the connection, and then click Dial to verify that you can establish a dial-up connection.

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