I'm coming from a Cisco 837 with a static IP to a 2600 with a ADSL WIC. Same ISP, just moving to new equipment
I have debugging turned on, and get an IP and route from my ISP (AT&T) but when I try to use my static IP I do not get connectivity (and the PPP logs show a completely different route from my ISP than I should be getting statically)
Was hoping someone could take a look at my config and give me some suggestions as to why my static IP doesn't work, but using the following does work:
ip address negotiated
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Dialer0
service timestamps debug datetime msec
service timestamps log datetime msec
boot system flash:c2600-advipservicesk9-mz.124-19.bin
Did you get this working? I have a similar setup and want to run my sbc w/Static on a Cisco 3845 router, not on this moto NVG510 with its limited config they gave me.
But looking through the docs and info from SBC, I have more questions then answers.
I think your config looks good, I don't see a dialer list or the input ACL, but I'm just assuming you left it out. And in this case the layer 3 information always goes under the dialer interface, ip addresses, ACLs, etc.
I've seen a few configs out there using Chap and Pap. From the debugs it looks like pap is what was answered from the carrier.
I'm wondering if because of the PPPoE needed that the only way for the DSLAM to register an address is dynamic. Is the address always the same when you use dynamic?
It seems us people with some statics on DSL are left out in the cold a little, most of the info I'm finding deals with dynamic addresses, including the ppp authentication user/pass.
Please let me know if u got this up and working. I'm really interested and maybe we can figure it out.
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