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Topic # 130916 2-Oct-2013 16:19
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Have a customer I need to ship a managed router to who is on Telecom UFB.

Does anyone know whether Telecom are using PPPoE or DHCP?  And I'm assuming tag VLAN 10.

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  Reply # 906529 2-Oct-2013 16:26
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PPPoE, VLAN tag 10.
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  Reply # 906531 2-Oct-2013 16:28
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Cheers

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 906533 2-Oct-2013 16:29
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802.1p value of 0.




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  Reply # 906535 2-Oct-2013 16:32
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We support a full PPP MTU of 1500 bytes. But your router needs to support setting the PPPoE-Max-Payload tag within the PPPoE Discovery frame. If it does not send that I do not believe we will honour the 1500 MTU, and likely drop you down to 1492. To be on the safe side, if your router doesn't support it, please set it to 1492.




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  Reply # 906541 2-Oct-2013 16:40
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cbrpilot: We support a full PPP MTU of 1500 bytes. But your router needs to support setting the PPPoE-Max-Payload tag within the PPPoE Discovery frame. If it does not send that I do not believe we will honour the 1500 MTU, and likely drop you down to 1492. To be on the safe side, if your router doesn't support it, please set it to 1492.


Neat.  It's a Cisco ISR and support for PPPoE-Max-Payload was added back in 15.0M so it should work, will try and report back!



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  Reply # 910135 8-Oct-2013 21:25
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Works :)

Just added pppoe-client ppp-max-payload 1500 to the VLAN 10 subinterface.

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  Reply # 910185 8-Oct-2013 23:06
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Good stuff.




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