DSL access has become an overwhelmingly popular access methodology for homes and home offices. Along with this surge in popularity comes a host of additional possible application and service offerings. These applications and services may be provided by a service provider or offered by a corporation deploying a teleworker architecture.
This chapter builds upon the topics discussed in Chapter 4, "Using DSL to Connect to a Central Site." Configuring a Cisco router for PPPoE access, like other technologies, is not a difficult process. However, there are some not-so-subtle differences that must be addressed.
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