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  1. Hi Rene,

    Thank you. I appreciate your very fast reply. I would appreciate if you could take a look to my explanation and tell if its ok and also answer some questions:

    ok so interface dialer is a type of logical interface / a some kind of entity where we store some settings / paramteres. under this logical interface we configure parameters like “encapsulation ppp” … “ppp chap password SECRET”. This entity is attached to a pool (dialer pool 1).

    interface dialer 1
    dialer pool 1

    In this pool we can include several physical interfaces as ATM :

    interface ATM 1/0
    di

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  2. Hi Adrian,

    It sounds like you got it yes.

    The dialer interface is the logical interface where we configure all protocol stuff. Things like PPP, CHAP/PAP authentication, etc.

    A dialer interface can only belong to one dialer pool.

    In the dialer pool, we can have one or more physical interfaces…physical interfaces can belong to one or more dialer pools. That’s totally cool if you want to use it.

    When you use something like PPPoE, then it’s normally the CPE that “initiates” the connection. When the router has a packet with the dialer interface as the next hop, then

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  3. Hi James,

    You are right. I’ll remove it from the list.

    Rene

  4. Hello Ian

    This command essentially displays information and statistics specific to the ADSL line.

    You can find more information about this at the following Cisco link.

    I hope this has been helpful!

    Laz

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