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    pppoe

    Syntax

    To create a PPPoE major interface in Interface Configuration mode or in Subinterface Configuration mode:

    [ no ] pppoe

    To modify the subscriber policy for PPPoE packets in Subscriber Policy Configuration mode:

    pppoe { permit | deny }

    no pppoe

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    Description

    In Interface Configuration and Subinterface Configuration modes, creates a PPPoE major interface. The no version removes the interface.

    In Subscriber Policy Configuration mode, modifies the subscriber policy for PPPoE to define whether the subscriber (client) interfaces that belong to a bridge group or to a VPLS instance forward (permit) or filter (deny) PPPoE packets. The no version restores the default value, permit PPPoE packets.

    In Subscriber Policy Configuration mode, you cannot change the default subscriber policy values for trunk (server) interfaces that belong to a bridge group or to a VPLS instance. You also cannot change the default subscriber policy values for a VPLS virtual core interface, which acts as a trunk interface. The VPLS virtual core interface represents all the MPLS tunnels from the router to the remote VPLS edge (VE) devices.

    Options

    • permit—Specifies that the subscriber interface associated with the bridge group or VPLS instance forwards PPPoE packets
    • deny—Specifies that the subscriber interface associated with the bridge group or VPLS instance filters PPPoE packets

    Mode

    Interface Configuration, Subinterface Configuration, Subscriber Policy Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-18