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eric10276
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1900 Series Router PPPoE Support

We are considering upgrade of our 1800 series integrated services router to a 1900 series.  We have port FE1 on our 1812 configured as a WAN interface using PPPoE to a typical cable modem.  Can one of the standard Ethernet ports on the 1941 be configured the same way, or do we need to buy a WAN interface module?  If so what type?  Thanks!

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As mentioned above, identically except naming.

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paolo bevilacqua
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No, just use an identical configuration.

So are you saying that the two gigabit Ethernet ports that come standard on the 1941 can be configured in a similar manner to the first two ports (FE0 and FE1) on the 1812?  Thanks.

As mentioned above, identically except naming.

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Thanks!  I will give it a try.

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