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Re: PPPoE on RP2
On Wed, Jul 05, 2017 at 06:57:46PM +0200, Jörn Clausen wrote:
> Currently I am using a Mini-ITX box and a DSL modem to connect to the
> 'net. Today I tried replacing this setup with an RP2 under NetBSD 7.1.
> The configuration of interface pppoe0 failed. Is this not compiled
> into the kernel? Is this just for space, or are there any technical
> reasons for not including PPPoE?
The default kernel for Raspberry Pi installations does not come with
PPPoE support. I don't know for certain but the default kernel for
some other evbarm boards *does* come with PPPoE support so I assume
the reason for it not being included in the Raspberry Pi is mainly
that nobody has done this yet and it's therefore just a waste of
space. Also, because Pis only have one ethernet NIC, they're not
exactly the ideal hardware for this, some other SBCs are probably a
bit better suited.
But I think it should work, just add "pseudo-device pppoe" to your
kernel config file and recompile.
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