Is it just wishful thinking that the SF300 series might ever get support for connecting via PPPoE?
I'm using a Cisco SF300-24 in a home office.
My AT&T Pace 4111N DSL modem has the ability to run in bridge mode, allowing another router, right now a Netgear to connect via PPPoE. When I do this all web browsing is much snappier.
But I really don't want to run three networking devices this way unless I have to. I'd rather run the most robust machine, presumably the Cisco SF300, doing all the DHCP and PPPoE, etc.
Does anyone have an SF300 under warranty who is willing to submit a service request to add PPPoE?
Would Cisco even consider this?
[internet] <---AT&T---> [PACE 4111N Bridged DSL Modem] <---> [NETGEAR] <---> [Cisco SF300] <---> [Clients]
[internet] <---AT&T---> [PACE 4111N Bridged DSL Modem] <---> [Cisco SF300] <---> [Client Machines]