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Re: PPPoA server setup how to?



James Carlson wrote:
> arun b wrote:
>> Hi James,
>>
>> Yes I am convinced with your schismatic-presentation, now I know what
>> exactly it need to run server.
>>
>> And I would say,  it is not possible  for me to test PPPoA because.
>> 1) As we neither have DSLAM with uplink is ATM path nor the built in
>> support for PPP, rather it has only Ethernet-uplink .
> 
> I assume that's what you meant by "RJ-11" in your previous postings.
> 
> For what it's worth, RJ-11 is typically used for Ethernet, but can also
> be used for DS-1 and other signals.  It's just an electromechanical
> connector, and saying you have "RJ-11" doesn't tell us much about what
> sort of equipment you're using.  (Other than what it looks like ...)

s/RJ-11/RJ-45/g

Ugh.  Morning coffee takes too long.  :-/

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