We are reselling the LEC's DSL service in our area. We connect to the LEC via a ATM T3 interface. I'm looking for a solution that will let me use PPPoE for authentication for my dynamic IP customers. I found scattered information on the cisco website, but I havent found anything that matches my scenario.
Does anybody have any examples that they could share with me? Right now I have 6 VC-Class statement, 1 BVI Statement, and seperate 6 sub-interfaces setup for each class of DSL service that we offer.
I'm unclear on how to make customers authenticate via PPPoE against my RADIUS server. I've never setup a IP pool on a 3640 before but I have a good idea on how to do it. I just dont understand how the router knows who to assign the IP's to after authentication via PPPoE against the radius server. Somebody please help.
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I am trying to use more than one ip pool and also do not have static adressing ready yet...that's my question. Maybe we can help each other. Here's my working config (relevant) on a 3620 on an ATM T1. My customers use PPPoE as well. Would you mind emailing me your config to firstname.lastname@example.org? Thanks in advance.
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