Can someone share some info about installing pppoe server configuration using tp link archer c6?? thanks
I assume that you’re using 22.03.x and have access to LUCI?
- Plug your PPPoE connection into the “WAN” port of the router
- Log into LUCI and go to “Network” -> “Interfaces”
- Edit the “WAN” configuration
- Select PPPoE, and fill in the details for your connection
- Click Save, then click “Save and Apply”
All done in a couple of minutes.
oh sorry what i mean is that Server Configuration to ditribute pppoe to clients
It is imperfect but I believe it should be functional. Any edits and suggestions are welcome and appreciated
thanks for this but i already did this guide and the problem is there is no connection from pppoe server even though it says connected in my pc. is there anything i need to change in config pppoe_relay section like the eth1?because my router has switch vlan instead of lan eth1?
No, it's for a different purpose.
The most important thing is to use the logical interface name in the
Here is an example configuration of the service running on the LAN.
# /etc/config/pppoe config pppoe_server option interface 'lan' option ac_name 'my-pppoe-server' list service_name 'my-pppoe-service' option maxsessionsperpeer '0' option localip '192.168.122.1' option firstremoteip '192.168.122.2' option maxsessions '64' option optionsfile '/etc/ppp/pppoe-server-options' option randomsessions '1' option unit '2' option offset '0' option timeout '60' option mss '1468' option sync '0' # /etc/ppp/pppoe-server-options ms-dns 18.104.22.168 debug lcp-echo-interval 10 lcp-echo-failure 2 require-chap ktune mru 1492 # /etc/ppp/chap-secrets #USERNAME PROVIDER PASSWORD IPADDRESS "user1" * "pass1" * "user2" * "pass2" *
ppp+ to the
lan firewall zone and verify that the service is up and running.
ps w | grep pppoe\-server | grep -v grep
i followed this but where i can see lan interface all i see in my interfaces are wan,wan6,br:lan...and eth0.1 is not tagged as lan..