just got an 851 that I was hoping to deploy, but I've run into a snag. I can't seem to get pppoe connectivity setup either through the SDM or CLI - the command pppoe enable does not appear to be a valid command, it generates an error regardless of how it is called. The only command available seems to be pppoe-client
but, still it's not written for the 851, so when it talks about FE 0, you have to substitute FE 4 - which is the WAN interface on the 851.
The doc also talks about an ATM interface which is missing on the 851 (perhaps unless you order it with the built-in DSL module).
I really can't get over how the SDM repeatedly sends utterly bogus commands to the router OS.
In the end I did get a pppoe connection working, mostly with the CLI, but then the SDM botched the firewall setup and i gave up for the time being... put the old router in place since I can't afford too much downtime.
I guess the next step is to dig up some docs on getting the firewall config'd
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