I'm trying to create the Cisco equiv of a Dialer or sub.iface for a pppoe connection that requires CHAP negotiation but am seemingly stuck at the moment.
I've created the vlan and its associated iface, however, the only options I get under `conf t -> int vlan 10 -> ip pppoe-<argument>` are PAP user/pass/and SN arguments. Is it not possible to terminate an ISP pppoe connection that requires CHAP directly to a port on the 7010?
I currently have a 18.104.22.168 and an 22.214.171.124 image available to play with while I sort licenses for personal use. As such, this is far from a production environment - more so, my first toe in the Aruba waters.
EDIT: Apologies if this is in the wrong forum or category. I wasn't sure where such a 1990's type question would best fit. If someone wants/needs to move this, feel free.
I'm currently running my controller in the SD-WAN mode with 8.5. And there is an option for CHAP. As both of your versions are very old, I would recommend going to either for 6.5.x (Latest) or 8.5.x (latest) and recheck if CHAP is there.
Thanks, hopefully, that's all it is. It will probably be a few weeks before I sort licenses and can join in on all the fun. In the interim, this is all I get from cli options --
(roger) [mynode] (config-submode)#ipaccess-group Apply access-list to interfaceaddress Set the IP address of an interfacehelper-address Configure DHCP server relay agentigmp Enable/Disable IGMPlocal-proxy-arp Enable local-proxy ARPnat Network Address Translation.ospf OSPF interface commandspppoe-max-segment-size TCP Max Segment Size in bytespppoe-password The PAP password configured on the PPPoE AccessConcentrator for the switchpppoe-service-name The PPPoE service namepppoe-username The PAP username configured on the PPPoE AccessConcentrator for the switchrouting Toggle vlan interface routing state
(roger) [mynode] (config-submode)#
Will leave open in the interim in case anyone else has anything to offer.
Just rechecked the manuals. Chap secret is only available if you run the SD-WAN image on the controller. the command is not available if you run the WLAN image. Currently, I do not have a controller in my hands to check if it is just missing in the documentation or if it isn't there.
Maybe I can check tomorrow.
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