When an ISP issues a low grade box it is a router and a firewall. I am looking to take a box like this and put in a 3550. My question is can a 3550 do PPPOE, port forwarding, and Natting. Or would I have to put a PIX in line to do all of this?
If NAT is not enabled, you do not have to do port forwarding . PPPoE connection can be made to the ISP with PAP/(MS)CHAP authentication. The supported features are Forwarding Control, DMZ Support, Firewall Rules Database, Port Triggering
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