We are wanting to provide broadband services to customers on site, but keep it separate from our main internet pipe for the business.
I am wondering if we could use a Cisco ASA and make use of the PPPoE client ?
My idea is to use a different sub-interface to connect to each ADSL modem, using a separate PPPoE client instance to obtain IP etc. I would then like to use different sub-interfaces on the inside on which the customer networks will sit. I would then use NAT overload onto the PPPoE interface for each "inside" customer vlan to provide internet access.
Is this possible ? or am I barking up the wrong tree ? As I mentioned previously, we are wanting to add addition ADSL lines as more customers come on board.
Or is there another device out there that can do what we are wanting at low cost ?