[c-nsp] Boneheaded pppoe subscribers...

Lukas Tribus luky-37 at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 26 05:00:20 EDT 2015

> Hi,
> I am migrating from a c7201 to ASR1000. I am doing pppoe
> termination and I have always accepted any pppoe service name supplied
> by the subscriber (even tho I purposefully always configured a blank
> service name for any cpe devices I ever set out). Well, some boneheaded
> subs decided to configure themselves and, suprise suprise, got it wrong
> and put various variations of my business name in the 'service name'
> field of their equally bonehaded home cpe gear, thinking that must make
> it better. So to make a long story short, with my transition to ASR1000,
> I am finding that my router doesn't accept just any old service name.
> The ones that work all have blank as I intend, but any that are
> configured with a non-blank service name, can't connect.

I never had this problem, I simply don't define any ac name and don't
configure any "service name match". That should do the job (unless
I don't have any boneheaded customers, which I doubt).




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