Subject: Re: pppoe documentation
To: Sean Finney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Martin Husemann <email@example.com>
Date: 02/24/2002 02:16:27
> My next question is, do I (like as it is in linux) need a specially
> patched version of pppd to get this to work too?
Well - no.
There are two things we need to keep apart:
- the rp-pppoe pkg
- the in-kernel stuff
The latter does not need any pppd at all (it's doing everything in kernel).
This is what http://www.netbsd.org/Documentation/network/pppoe describes.
It does need a kernel with "pseudo-device pppoe" configured into it, and
The rp-pppoe pkg will work with the standard pppd shipped with current
(and I seem to recall it will automagically install a pppd pkg if used
on some older NetBSD version that does not ship a new enough pppd in tree.)
The rp-pppoe pkg will require a kernel with
pseudo-device bpfilter 8
(or some other small number instead of 8)
and it is all setup with adsl-setup. This has ~ nothing in common with the
setup described at above URL.