Point of Presence server emulation
I'm wondering if anyone has any experience in setting up a small ISP or at least a server allowing DSL based routers to dial in?
Basically what I would like to achieve is to create a Point of Presence server with the following services running on it:
DHCP PPPoE Dial-in Free or Open RADIUS or TACACS+ IPCP
which give some indication on how to create a PPP dial in server. However, since I've never done this before I'd like to know if instead of using the Serial RS232c interface I would be able to use the Ethernet interface in order to create a PPPoE setup?
I plan on getting a Zyxel IES-1000 DSLAM:
Then hooking this up to one of the NICs on the server I plan to use then allowing my Cisco routers to "dial-in" using the traditional DSL PPPoE method as there will be no ATM cloud in the chain to use PPPoA.
Authentication wise I will be using CHAP of which in order to use I will need a RADIUS or TACACS+ server.
Has anyone ever done anything like this or can anyone give me any advice with anything that I've listed?
Many thanks for any response!
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