04-10-2019 01:26 AM - edited 04-10-2019 01:47 AM
little question: any known plan's to support PPPoE on a subinterface?
since fiber to the building (FTTB) isn't something usual over here, we are stuck with xDSL (FTTC) for the years to come.
and this is where we have a problem with our pa2x0 installations right now, because pan-os doesn't support PPPoE on a subinterface (a common thing with VDSL).
right now there are 4 possible solutions for this missing feature (as far as i know)
1) waste a few interfaces (http://www.limvuihan.com/2018/06/palo-alto-pppoe-with-vlan-tag-its.html)
2) let a switch do the tagging (kinda like 1)
3) get a xdsl modem that is able to do the tagging
4) get a router that does all the internet connection stuff (downside: public ip is on the routers side and one more nat router-> pa)
all those workarounds are kinda meeee... with 3 being the most common one, but this also includes the need to configure the vlan tag on the modems side (different vlan tags depending on the isp)
thanks in advance,
07-18-2022 05:47 AM
3 years later, still no vlan tagging + PPPoE possible on a Palo Alto. 😞
10-21-2022 07:19 PM - edited 10-24-2022 07:25 AM
Disappointing for sure, most of Bell Canada fiber to the premise is PPPoE over VLAN35, Bell Multicast over VLAN36... Basically unable to use a brand new PA-460.
Edit: potential work around? Will give this a try...
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