PPPoE Server

Clayton Zekelman clayton at MNSi.Net
Wed Aug 8 20:49:30 UTC 2018


I'll second that. Juniper MX works well for 
us.  We have one router terminating 10,000 PPPoE 
and 3,500 L2TP and it handles the load fine.


At 04:43 PM 08/08/2018, Jose Jorquera wrote:
>Cisco is the any option? I read about BRAS 
>server on Juniper MX-480,can you check "Juniper 
>one day: dynamic subscriber management” for more info.
>
> > El 08-08-2018, a las 15:22, Mauro Gasparini 
> <mauro at interlink.com.ar> escribió:
> >
> > Good afternoon people.
> > I would like to advice me some appliance or 
> software (running on top level server line) 
> which supports 20,000 simultaneous PPPoE connections.
> > The customer has a Cisco ASR1000 but I don't 
> have any confirmed experience that can support it.
> >
> > Mauro Gasparini.
> >
> >

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