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PPPoE over bride

Hi,

I have connecting cisco2811 router to cisco7200 router via E1 link >>>

I want my client behind the 2811 router to use PPPoE and terminate them in the cisco7200 router since the 2811 router is not supporting PPPoE server only client...

What I did is, I have configure a brigde group in the 2811 and add the ethernet whcih connecting the client and the serial which is linked to 7200 to the bridge group..

put still I can't see any PPPoE traffic reaching the 7200 router from the 2811??

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Re: PPPoE over bride

Hmm. say you bridge the serial to gi0/1 of the 7200, connect gi0/1 to gi0/2 and terminate PPPoE on gi0/2 and see if it works.

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Re: PPPoE over bride

On which interface of the 7200 have you enabled PPPoE. Ideally you can connect two gigs back-to-back. Bridge the serial to a Gig and terminate the PPPoE on the other Gig and see if it works.

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Re: PPPoE over bride

Thanks for ur responed.

I connect the 2811 and 7200 through v35 serial interface, the bridge in teh 2811 is between the Ethernet and the serial, and in the 7200 between the serial (which is connecting the 2811) and Ethernet (where I enable the pppoe there)..

the pppoe session start behind the 2811 in the bridged ethernet... but nothing seen in the bridged ethernet of the 7200 router!..

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Re: PPPoE over bride

Hmm. say you bridge the serial to gi0/1 of the 7200, connect gi0/1 to gi0/2 and terminate PPPoE on gi0/2 and see if it works.

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Re: PPPoE over bride

Thanks,

It is work fine, but I don't understand why!

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