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Configuring PPPoE Service Name Tables

 

To configure PPPoE service name tables:

  1. Create a PPPoE service name table.

    See Creating a Service Name Table.

  2. (Optional) Configure the action taken for the empty service.

    See Configuring the Action Taken When the Client Request Includes an Empty Service Name Tag.

  3. (Optional) Configure the action taken for the any service.

    See Configuring the Action Taken for the Any Service.

  4. Assign a named service to the service name table and optionally configure the action taken for the specified service name.

    See Assigning a Service to a Service Name Table and Configuring the Action Taken When the Client Request Includes a Non-zero Service Name Tag.

  5. (Optional) Configure the action taken for an ACI/ARI pair associated with a service.

    See Assigning an ACI/ARI Pair to a Service Name and Configuring the Action Taken When the Client Request Includes ACI/ARI Information.

  6. (Optional) Assign a dynamic profile and routing instance to a service name or ACI/ARI pair to instantiate a dynamic PPPoE subscriber interface.

    See Assigning a Dynamic Profile and Routing Instance to a Service Name or ACI/ARI Pair for Dynamic PPPoE Interface Creation.

  7. (Optional) Limit the number of active PPPoE sessions that the router can establish with the specified service.

    See Limiting the Number of Active PPPoE Sessions Established with a Specified Service Name.

  8. (Optional) Assign a static PPPoE interface to an ACI/ARI pair to reserve the interface for exclusive use by the PPPoE client with matching ACI/ARI information.

    See Reserving a Static PPPoE Interface for Exclusive Use by a PPPoE Client.

  9. (Optional) Enable advertisement of named services in the PADO control packet sent by the router to the client.

    See Enabling Advertisement of Named Services in PADO Control Packets.

  10. Assign a service name table to a PPPoE underlying interface.

    See Assigning a Service Name Table to a PPPoE Underlying Interface.

  11. (Optional) Configure trace options for troubleshooting the configuration.

    See Tracing PPPoE Operations.