2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2014 11:51 AM by levi

    Configure ADSL Dialer via ppp - without ADSL NIM

    cmcu New Member

      Hello,

       

      We are trying to use a bridged static DSL connection for DR testing.

       

      I have done this successfully on a Cisco 1841 using nothing more than a virtual Dialer interface linked to an onboard ethernet interface.

       

      Trying to learn how similar might be accomplished on a NetVanta 3430. The router is at the latest version of the enhanced feature pack, vR11.3.0.E.

       

      It seems like there are a large # of PPPoE subcommands under the Cisco's ethernet interface. These are lacking on the Adtran side.

       

      Please advise... thanks!

        • Re: Configure ADSL Dialer via ppp - without ADSL NIM
          Employee

          cmcu - Thanks for posting your question on the forum!

           

          Yes, this configuration can be done but it looks a little different than the Cisco configuration. Essentially, you will need to configure the PPP interface with the authentication and IP address information and then cross-connect this to the ethernet interface. You may find the following guide helpful: Configuring Ethernet Broadband Internet Access in AOS Integrated Switch_Router Products

           

          This guide refers to integrated switch/router products but Option C on page 6 will apply to you. You will simply substitute VLAN interface for ETH interface instead and there won't be a need to map the VLAN interface to a port.

           

          Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

           

          Thanks,

          Noor

          • Re: Configure ADSL Dialer via ppp - without ADSL NIM
            levi Employee

            cmcu:

             

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            Thanks,

             

            Levi