I get stuck in one case. One of my customer has two FTTH lines. I have to config PPPoE in routers. In one line I config succesfully, but one line never up. I call to ISP they ask me to config extactly VLAN id 10 in the physical subinterface. But in subinterface there is no command "pppoe-client dial-pool-number". I check the old modem FTTH, they also config VLAN 10 in Wan interface. I tell ISP why we have the same two FTTHs, but two differrent config ways. ISP says because the two line run in two different infrastructure, two different devices. I don't know how to do now? stay in customer side or ISP side. Here is my PPPoE config:
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I am trying to get my Cisco 2811 to authenticate four DSL connections and load balance them by attaching the four DSL to a switch (each DSL going to a seperate VLAN) and then trunking all four VLAN's to a ethernet interface on the 2811. My issue, I can not get more than one DSL to authenticate at a time, for example Dialer1 will connect and then it will disconnect and Dialer2 will connect, etc... I have the modems in bridge mode and I am using seperate user/pass for each DSL account and I have verified that the user/pass are correct.
Below is my config from the router and a couple of messages that came across the console.
*Apr 27 01:12:11.915: %DIALER-6-UNBIND: Interface Vi2 unbound from profile Di1 *Apr 27 01:12:11.927: %LINK-3-UPDOWN: Interface Virtual-Access2, changed state to down
If i connected the latop to brand new out of the box ASA 5505 through consloe cable and i have a config file on this laptop from other ASA5505, is there anyway i can upload that config file into startup-config of this new ASA5505 through console cable, without using TFTP or FTP?
I just switched to DSL from cable internet and am having some trouble setting up my router with the new internet service. DSL modem-->Router-->Network with PC and PS3
ISP is ATT DSL modem is a TP-Link 8616 Router is a D-Link DIR-628
I put my ATT username and password into the router but it never completes a connection to the internet. I was able to create a soft PPPoE gateway connection through my computer using my username and password, but I want my router to do this, not my PC. How do I get my router to connect directly to the Internet connection rather than having my PC connect? My setup would be fine as-is if I just had 1 computer but I also want to go online with my PS3, and it won't connect like my PC will, even after putting the username/password in.
A PC connected to a Cisco 877 router and 877 router is connected to another router (7301) via GRE tunnel,Cisco 7301 router is a NAS server and is being used as a PPPOE server.If user create a PPPOE connection on his computer and dial with a username/pass we want to send the PPPOE traffic to 7301 router, so 877 router should pass the PPPOE traffic to 7301 and user will be able to connect,User -> 877 -> 7301(PPPOE server).
I have DSL 8Mbps DL and 768kbps UL The setup look like this:Internet -> Modem -> Cisco Router -> Firewall -> Switch Core - > Multiple switches like sfe2000p? CiscoRouter: i use port gig0/1 for PPPoE and i use port gig0/2 for LAN static Router port gig0/2 with 22.214.171.124/29 connected directly to Firewall port13 with 126.96.36.199/29 ?i want 188.8.131.52/29 will my default gateway ? include no limit bandwidth,filter etc at router, Firewall will be DHCP Server and control the bandwidth, filtering etc and the client computer should get 8Mbps
Mode: Routing Encapsulation: PPPoE Username: xx Password: xx Service Name: ISP name
when I'm trying to configure my router 1801 with PPPOE I have the message below "% PPPoE config from vpdn-group is converted to pppoe-profile based config.% Continue PPPoE configuration under 'bba-group pppoe global'.
Summary of setup Internal Network --------Cisco 881-(PPPOE)------------------------(CHAP)---ISP Mikrotik Router -----------internet
Basically it was working then there was a power outage and now it wont authenticate against the Mikrotik router. Strange thing is CHAP seams happy with the username and password. Then just terminates the connection.I've also tried PAP but not joy. Nothing appears to have changed. I have access to the Mikrotik and it looks the same as before also.
interface Dialer1 description Internet bandwidth 7500 ip address negotiated no ip redirects no ip unreachables no ip proxy-arp
i have a Dlink DSL-2730U (an expensive, el cheapo router devoid of any functionalities, which also offers a way to connect to net as a side feature).basically i need to disconnect / reconnct pppoe without rebooting the router. but theres no button on the wan page for doing so.i noticed clicking on most of the buttons redirect to some non-html urls, like .cmd, .cgi etc, and some of them are common for many routers. e.g. on my router, "reboot" takes me to
I am using a PPPoE connection on a linksys WRT54G router and trying to set up an Edimax EW-7206APg to extend my wireless connection range.I followed the instructions given on the Edimax manual, but that seems to be for a DHCP connection. Is there anything different I need to do to configure the Edimax repeater on a PPPoE connectionMy router IP ("Local IP address") shows 10.10.0.1 instead of the "192.168.1.1" that all the documentation online seems to suggest. What am I doing wrong?
There is one router ( SWR54BGA ), wan interface functional ( connected as a dhcp client to the lan interface of another router , packets are forwarded). When i connect the wan interface to the isp line, and provide the pppoe login details ,it won't work. When i try to connect manually to the pppoe server from the wan configuration page, after about 30 sec i get the connection failed message.Is the firmware corrupt, should i go the ddwrt route?
I have a task for a config I have not done before. I'm replacing an older 831 and PIX with a Cisco 881 router with Firewall feature set. The router receives its public IP address dynamically and there is a static public IP range also assigned with a couple of NAT statements on the PIX for a few public IP's.I'm ok with the core router config but the range is where I'm a little stuck. Current setup is as follows
Internet ---------- Router( Public intf Dynamic IP----internal intf Range IP)Router-------------PIX (outside intf Range IP---------Inside intf private net)Pix-------
As per the aboive the PIX had a public IP address from the range on the outside interface with a default route to the Router inside interface which uses a public range addres.
With my proposed config I've setup the outside interface as dynamic and just created my nat statements for the Range IP's. I believe I'm correct that I do not need to actually have a Range IP address configured on the router?
I've got problem trying to connect the CISCO-887VDSL/ADSL OVER POTS ROUTER to internet. Only got the LAN part working.I'm trying to setup PPPoE with dynamic IP Followed CISCO's documentations but the commands used were not recognized by the router.
here's my config.
! ! Last configuration change at 08:31:51 UTC Sat Feb 11 2012 version 15.1 no service pad service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec no service password-encryption
I have 2 public ip, 184.108.40.206 anda 220.127.116.11. I'm connected to the ISP using PPPoE. I also have a router and a firewall. I want to assign 18.104.22.168 to router and 22.214.171.124 to the firewall. I do not want to NAT 2 times (one in router and one in firewall)That's why i want to bridge Fa0/0 and Fa0/1.Could this be done in Cisco router? I've done this command but it's not working as i want. I'm using bridge irb and bridge-group.
I installed a Linksys WRT54G2 router earlier this year and set my Siemens modem from AT&T(Actually from SBC before the two merged) in bridge mode. I did this so I could change the NAT setting on our internet, which was interfering with my Xbox. It worked for about 4 or 5 months with little to no problems. Recently, however, the internet has been disconnecting and when I check the status page on the router it says it is disconnected. Sometimes clicking on the connect button will work, but usually it will say "Connecting" and keep refreshing the page for a little while without any change, then give me a message saying it couldn't get the IP from the PPPoe server. Turning it and the Siemens modem on and off and fiddling around seems to solve the problem, but only temporarily. Interestingly enough, I don't think it ever interferes with my Xbox. Until recently, the Xbox was set as the highest priority on the QoS page, but I changed the computer to the highest priority and it hasn't worked. In addition, the small, thin green light bar just below the Linksys logo on the top of the router has just recently started changing to orange occasionally
I've been using my EA4500 since it's original launch date as a PPPoE router through another router/modem which is the Netgear DG834G V4 set to Modem Only mode which was working fine for a long time!A month ago, a friend wanted to borrow the Netgear Router and after he gave it back I reset it like I always do and entered my settings in router mode(i.e. username and password) to check if I havewe working Internet connection and that the router is working properly and it was working properly like it was before I lent it. Now comes the problem, if I keep using the Netgear router as the PPPoE handler and make the EA4500 work as "Automatic Configuration DHCP" it works flawlessly but if I set the Netgear router to modem mode and make the EA4500 handle the PPPoE connection, the report in the troubleshooting tab keeps on saying "Connecting" endlessly!
Note: I've replicatedthe settings that I used on both router before and after lending it to my friend so there's no difference in settings!
I have a Linksys WRT310N V1.I am trying to connect this via PPPoE to another Thompson router/modem that has been succesfully switched into BRIDGE mode.The Linksys router is conneted via ethernet cable to an ehternet port on the Thompson router.The ADSL cable is pluggedinto the WAN port of the Thomson 'bridge'.There is no cable in the WAN port of the Linksys router.
The Linksys router is set up to connect over PPPoE using the username and password that was given to me by my ISPs tech support (checked and double checked).The DHCP server on the Bridged Thomson is set to ON. DNS is set to OFF.the DHCP server on the Linksys router is set to ON.
I recently bought an E3000. I am trying to setup a wireless home network.Google and tried a lotta things (power cycle the most no. of times ). Nothing worked.So I poked around. Looked up the IPConfig of my PC with wire connected directly(no router), was 192.168.0.xxx. So I hit 192.168.0.1 in my browser address bar, and it came up with the login page for a D-Link DIR600. A wireless router with wireless disabled. Apparently this is being used as a switch by my ISP. This I know cause I checked the active connections and DHCP reservations on the D link and it showed up about 100 different PC's (including MAC and IP addresses).
Had no problem getting into IOS via Terminal and changing the host name, username and password. Then I loaded the Cisco CP Express onto a system and got into the web config. Problem is....the default IP is 10.10.10.1 / 255.255.255.248 and I wanted to change it to 192.168.1.1 / 255.255.255.0 I did it in the web interface and it applied to the router, but after that I could never bring up the web interface again on 192.168.1.1. Checking IOS showed that the new 192.168.1.1 did indeed "take". I even added an access list for the 192.168.1.0 network.
I have a problem with the router Linksys RV042, I made a backup of it that contains a file with the extention .exp Now we have buy a new Rv042 made by cisco and the backup file is .config the question is how I convert the .exp file to a .config file so I can Restore the backup in to the new router?
I am using a PPPoE connection using a linksys WRT54G router (working perfectly) and am now trying to set up an Edimax EW-7206APg to extend my wireless connection range. I followed the instructions given on the Edimax manual, and while my devices (iPad, laptop) got connected to the new repeater network, I could not access the Internet from it. I may be wrong, but the instructions on the Edimax manual seemed to be for a DHCP connection. Is there anything different I need to do to configure the Edimax repeater on a PPPoE connection?My router IP ("Local IP address") shows 10.10.0.1 instead of the "192.168.1.1" that all the documentation online seems to suggest.
I was assigned a static block over PPPoE from the ISP. I can connect to the internet using the gateway address but I need to route the other static IPs to my servers. I might say that I accomplished it on a couple of older routers - E1200 & WRT120N, but I cannot get it to work on my new EA3500. I have 5 usable IPs plus the gateway IP that is assigned with the PPPoE connection on the WAN port.