pppoe server software (linux)

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I need a linux distribution having pppoe server already built in can lunch from a memory usb.

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saurabhpendharkerCommented:
Hello,
Any recent Linux distribution with kernel version 2.6 or later can be used for PPP0e server setup.
You may find the required packages on their installation media. My personal choice would be Open SuSE because kernel mode PPPoE support is built into the distribution. You don't need to recompile the kernel to use kernel mode. If you want to use a particular flavour of linux then you can download and build the packages from their respective sites.
Download link of Opensuse with PPPOe:
http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.0/iso/

Thanks * Regards,
Saurabh
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adaheemAuthor Commented:
Fedora if possible but can be on a usb flash memory
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adaheemAuthor Commented:
I want Fedora as a pppoe with aaa . accounting with shaper.
 
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adaheemAuthor Commented:
its good but i needed more information
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