how to take 2 different bandwidth on 1 port without VLan configuration ?
I am having cisco SG 300 -28 switch and i have 2 bandwidth I want to connect bandwidth A to port on 25 & bandwidth B to port on 26 . Now port no 1 connect to desktop. If I dial pppoe user of bandwidth A so query will go to port no 25 & dial user of bandwidth B so query will go to port no 26. These both bandwidth will be separate. I don't want to create Vlan because I don't want to configure VLAN on customer devices. If 1 user is having bandwidth A & B both user name so he can able to connect with any username by just changing username & password.
Unfortunately, this isn't going to work for you. PPPoE's initial discovery uses a broadcast, so there's no way to determine which PPPoE access concentrator is going to reply unless you separate the two broadcast domains. I understand not wanting to go beyond the stock configuration on customer devices, but a two VLAN approach really is the easiest way to separate clients for the two PPPoE access concentrators.
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