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Old 09-27-2009, 05:13 AM   #1
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Lightbulb PPPoE server

My OS is Redhat 9.0
I want to configure PPPoE server
My server eth0 ip is

My client will connect from windows pc through PPPoE dialer and
clients will get a single ip (eg from my

Which way can i configure my server.
Please give me the step of commands that
i can easily setup my server.....
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OMG is that your FQD ip? it is not ideal to publicly post your ip's although same can be traced by simple means.

For server configuration read some tutorials and PPPoE. Visit here. or download tutorials here and this very good tutorial, for offline reading. That's something that you should have learned something enough before posting particular help that is workable among us in a limited forum like this.

hope this helps.

good luck.


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