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PPPoA on 3COM 3034

PPPoA on 3COM 3034

PPPoA on 3COM 3034

(OP)
Hello,

I have to play with some 3COM routers next week so I need some help. I have to bring up a back-to-back G.SHDSL connection up between two 3034s. The customer is going to use PPPoA for encapsulation so I tried to make a sample config before going into the lab. Please take a look and tell me if you see any obvious problems with it:

Router1

interface atm 1/0
activate
shdsl annex b
pvc 0/1
map ppp virtual-template 1

interface virtual-template 1
ip address 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0

Router2

interface atm 1/0
activate
shdsl annex b
pvc 0/1
map ppp virtual-template 1

interface virtual-template 1
ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0

Has anyone done this? If so - does my config look OK? If not - can you suggest corrections or post a working config?

Thanks in advance!

Stefan

RE: PPPoA on 3COM 3034

(OP)
Well, just tested it today, works perfectly. Just in case someone needs to do it - for back-to-back configuration one side has to be set as G.SHDSL CO to emulate DSLAM services. This is done with the gshdsl mode co command (not 100% sure about the syntax, it's not mentioned in the command.reference)

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