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2017/04/21 03:39:13 (permalink)
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PPPoe Configuration

i have 60E device and i want to configure PPPoE .I have username and password as ISP provide me . and also mention unnumbered IP ( Any ip from Network for Management) but its show me failed and its didn't work 
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    ede_pfau
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    Re: PPPoe Configuration 2017/04/21 12:27:18 (permalink)
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    Sorry, this request is below the scope of the forums.
    For sure, PPPoE does work, always has. There are not so many parameters you can set, and nearly only 2 you have to: username and password. I would speculate that your problem lies here but that's only speculation: too few information here.
     
    Of course, you would need an external modem to interface with the line, in bridge or pass-through mode. We do not know any detail other than that it doesn' work...

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    Re: PPPoe Configuration 2017/04/24 07:05:47 (permalink)
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    In addition to what Ede said it may be that you have to add a suffix to the user-credentials - like some providers add a number like 0001 to the username string. You might want to research that requirements.
     
    Regards,
    Daniel 
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