I am going to be installing an ASA (probably a 5505)in one of our small branch offices. Unlike all of my other offices they are using buisness DSL with an 8 port DSL router. I plan on removing the DSL router and putting in the ASA, configuring it to do NAT and setting up a VPN then put a switch to connect the hosts.
My question is: I have never done this before with DSL. My other offices have T-1's. Do you guys know of any problems with doing this through DSL?
Starting from Version 7.2, the ASA supports PPPOE client feature... Using this, you can confgiure the ASA to initiate the PPPOE session, using the username and password given by the DSL service provider.. once u do this, the clients inside can work normally without dialing onto the DSL network..
Is it possible to initialize PPPOA client on ASA 5505? As our telecom here only supports PPPOA and PAP authentication, i tried all the way around but couldn't find any documentation regarding that. Could you please give me a clue?
ASA does NOT support PPPoA (PPP over ATM, which is handled by the ADSL bridge). You'll need to keep the ADSL router / bridge in the path. The only way to do away with that is to perhaps go with a Cisco 87x (or other ADSL compatible) router with ADSL WAN port integrated (instead of the ASA-5505).
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