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Forward PPPoE Packets Across IP Networks (Connected by Cisco Routers)

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I am just about to implement a PPPoE server for my SDSL Customers.  The question I have is I want this server located centrally in my NOC.  My NOC is connected to my Co-Location at the Phone Company via a Fiber Link into Cisco 7206 Routers on each side.   With my PPPoE Server located in my NOC, will the PPPoE requests get to it across the routers or will I have to do some forwarding as you do with DHCP Requests (ip helper).  

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I'm thinking you're goign to need to build some sort of tunnel between the cisco's.

Check this article to see if the limitations are goign to work with your setup:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121newft/121t/121t2/dtpppofe.htm
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