I have somehow created an "on boot" write file to the superuser /etc/ppp/peer directory where a config file "example" and I have my VPN account info in but not matter what I do it auto generates the example file in peer directory on reboot. I can delete it and it will generate again on reboot with the same info. I must have a long time ago added a script file on reboot because I was having difficulty getting it to do what I wanted back then so I must have. Thing is I cannot find that damn file to remove it because I want to to log into a different VPN account. My chap-secrets keeps getting the same credentials added from the peer tunnel file "example" on reboot so the entries also keep filling in up to 3 entries per reboot. Pulling hair out.