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Yes, this is possible. From memory, do the following:
1. Configure the DSL interface for Bridged EoA
2. Create a new VLAN adding the PVC interface and one of the LAN ports (set the port PVID to the new VLAN number)
3. Enable PPPoE relay
Thank you for the response Andy. I do not have the router yet to try out the solution. We are in the process of getting an ADSL circuit in Australia provided by Telstra and that is the only model modem/router they offer at this time. I read the Administration Guide to check out the routers capabilities but it wasn't clear if bridge mode was supported.
Can you be more specific (ie step by step) if possible?
I too am having this issue, however whenever I try to add another VLAN (you step 2) the only option I get is Port 1 - 4.
There is no mention of the PVC.
This question has almost no proper coverage on the net so far, so if you could provide a step by step it woud be much appreciated.
I am trying to do this, exactly in accordance with the guide document. However our RVL200 router will not connect to the SRP527 via PPPoE. Can you please suggest any way I can diagnose the problem? The WAN ip address on the RVL200 remains at 0.0.0.0.
rfc 1483 bridged EoA