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Does any one know if the red interface (wan) can use pppoe for dialout? or a addon for pppoe for red?
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> Does any one know if the red interface (wan) can use pppoe for dialout? or a addon for pppoe for red?

Yes, IPCop can do it by default. Read the admin manual: http://www.ipcop.org/1.4.0/en/admin/html/section-dialup.html#section-ppp-settings

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I you have already setup RED interface, that is not configured as 'dialup', you should reinstall IPCop (the configuration is done during installation) and choose the correct type.
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