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Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

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Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

Hello,

 

I am replacing a Netgear router with a MX64. The ADSL connection setup on the router uses the Multiplex method and uses VPI and VCI values together with username and password of course, Is it even possible to configure the MX with VPI/VCI values for PPPoE adsl connection?

 

I know how to setup PPPoE on MX, the question is only regarding the VPI/VCI values for this certain connection.

 

Thank you.

Miyagi.

 

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Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

No.  You would have to bridge the PPPoE frames to the Ethernet port of the DSL router. 

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Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

No.  You would have to bridge the PPPoE frames to the Ethernet port of the DSL router. 

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Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

Hi,

 

Thanks for the quick response.

 

 

Kind of a big deal

Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

You may disable NAT, if required.

It appears that Bridge mode is only applicable if (multicast) IPTV is accessed.

Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel
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Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

What modem are you using?

Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel
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Re: Setting up PPPoE on MX64, ADSL connection that uses Multiplex VPI and VCI values

Hello,

 

It is a Netgear D6400. 

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