[j-nsp] IPV6 over PPP with radius

Junaid junaid.x86 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 08:42:48 EST 2009


If you are assigning IP addresses from local-pool, you dont need any
change on the RADIUS server. However, you will need to have a PPP
dialer that understands IPv6. Although, v6 address is not assigned by
PPP but IPV6CP negotiates each node's Interface Identifier. Windows
Vista's PPP dialer supports v6, as well as the PPP dialer shipped with


On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 12:44 PM, fighter worker <knowhowccie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all
> iam trying to implement IPV6 over PPPOE and i need to know if there is any
> modification to the PPPOE protocol as i know PPPOE is responsible only for
> simulating p2p over ethernet and to provide authentication model over ethernet
> and as far i know that PPP was modified to support IPv6 encapsulation, also
> iam using a radius server for authentication and dont send any ip related
> parameters in the radius replay as my BRAS is using pools for assiging IP for
> each PPP session so do i need to make this radius support IPV6 also or the
> normal radius server will work
> appreciate your help
> Regards
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