Before I begin I've gotta point out that my knowledge of Cisco routers and Cisco router scripting is VERY limited.
Now, today I had some basic training in setting up and configuring a Cisco router. We were run through the difference between different models, some having an ADSL connection and the others having ethernet connections.
One of the guys mentioned that the dialer interface was pretty much interchangable between both models, which got me thinking.
What would stop you from assigning the dialer script (assuming you've created the correct PPoA and PPoE settings in the ATM interface) to any of the ethernet ports on the inbuilt switch.
Would this not allow you have to an ethernet dialer interface and an ADSL dialer interface on the same unit?
This... probably doesn't make any sense. Im struggling to get across the concepts and ideas we just discussed.