PPPoE


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PPPoE

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PPPoE

(Point-to-Point Protocol Over Ethernet) PPPoE enables a point-to-point connection in the normally multipoint architecture of Ethernet. A discovery process in PPPoE determines the physical MAC address of the remote device in order to establish a session. See PPP, Ethernet and PPPoA.
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This new router includes all the features and functionalities that the popular BEFSR41 has including Firewall, IPSec Pass through, PPTP support, PPPoE, mapping, logging, filtering, forwarding, DMZ plus more.
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DirectLink is using the SMS 1000 to aggregate its business and residential DSL subscribers, enabling them to easily select from a range of service options via a convenient PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE) client.
Protocolas supported are Open VPN, NAT, DMZ, Firewall, DHCP server, PPPoE, VRRP, VLAN, DDNS, DNS relay, NTP, IP passthrough, SNMP, Telnet and many other protocols.
It features an integrated PPPoE (Point-to-Point over Ethernet) client, DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) client, a DHCP server and DNS (Domain Name System) client, along with support for static IP addresses.