Cisco 887VA DSL connection using no Authentication
We are trying to configure a Cisco 887VA router to connect to an Adtran 1248V DSLAM. Currently I have a comtrend 3030 modem connected to the DSLAM in bridging mode using no PPP authentication. It simply connects and passes traffic.
I am trying to mimic this setup using the 887VA DSL WAN interface connection to the Adtran DSLAM. Can the 887VA connect and pass traffic on its DSL interface without requiring some sort of DSL authentication? I want it to just start passing traffic as we own all the infrastructure I'm merely using this DSL connection as a transport mechanism.
The Adtran DSLAM exists in one of our central office nodes and there is only copper running to some of our buildings (around 8000 feet distance).
What I need to know is can I simply set up an ADSL or VDSL connection without requiring any PAP / CHAP / (whatever) authentication?
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