Using SR520 in bridge mode with PPPoE internet connection

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Jul 18th, 2010
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I have SR520 ADSL.

I would like to use its ADSL modem directly from connected PC (with dialer on the PC OS), all I find is configuration were the SR520 is configured as dialer (in this case you can have multiple PCs in the LAN).

Does anyone know how to configure the SR520 to be able processing dial request (PPPoE) from PC connected to its LAN interface ?


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Nagaraja Thanthry Sun, 07/18/2010 - 22:29
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You could try to configure bridge group and configure the dialer interface and the ethernet interface as part of the bridge group. Hopefully that will address your requirement. If the router does not support bridging, then I think it will not be possible to configure the ADSL in bridged mode.

Hope this helps.




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