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System Administration Guide: Network Services
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Overall PPP Planning (Task Map)

PPP requires planning tasks before you actually can set up the link. Moreover, if you want to use a PPPoE tunneling, you first have to set up the PPP link and then provide tunneling. The following task map lists the large planning tasks that are discussed in this chapter. You might need to use only the general task for the link type to be configured. Or you might require the task for the link, authentication, and perhaps PPPoE.

Table 16-1 Task Map for PPP Planning



For Instructions

Plan for a dial-up PPP link

Gather information that is required to set up a dial-out machine or a dial-in server

Planning a Dial-up PPP Link

Plan for a leased-line link

Gather information that is required to set up a client on a leased line

Planning a Leased-Line Link

Plan for authentication on the PPP link

Gather information that is required to configure PAP or CHAP authentication on the PPP link

Planning for Authentication on a Link

Plan for a PPPoE tunnel

Gather information that is required to set up a PPPoE tunnel over which a PPP link can run

Planning for DSL Support Over a PPPoE Tunnel

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