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Set Up the Router as a PPPoE Server

Published On: Aug 15, 2017 

Vigor2952 (DrayOS), Vigor3220 (DrayOS), Vigor2960 (Linux), Vigor300B (Linux), and Vigor3900 (Linux) can be a PPPoE server for LAN clients. This can secure LAN clients connection on the Ethernet network by PPP authentication. Furthermore, the network administrator can apply connection time limit and data quota to the LAN clients. This article demonstrates how to enable PPPoE function and add user profiles for the LAN clients login.

1. Go to LAN >> PPPoE Server, enable PPPoE Server and enter the Primary DNS and the Secondary DNS which will be assigned to PPPoE clients, click OK to save. Enable Vigor2952 as PPPoE Server

2. Go to User Management >> User Profile, click an available profile to create a user account. Creating local user profiles

3. Edit the profile as follows:

a. Enable this account.
b. Enter Username and Password, confirm the password.
c. (Optional) Change Idle Timeout and associate with Schdule for this profile.
d. (Optional) Apply limitations to this profile.
e. (Optional) Enable MAC Address Binding and fill in the client's MAC address, this could restrict this profile to the specific device.
f. Specify the DHCP Subnet or give a Static IP Address, the router will assign the exact IP address to the user login with such profile.
g. Click OK to save the profile.

Details of user profile

Now, the LAN clients will need to set up a new dial-up connection for Internet access. The username and password should be the what was configured at step 3.

Authentication for PPPoE connection

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1. Go to LAN >> PPPoE Server >> General Setting,

  • Select "Enable: for PPPoE Server.
  • (Optional) Enable PPPoE user Isolation to prevent LAN clients from brute-force attack.
  • (Optional) Enable Deny Internet Access Except PPPoE User to restrict the Internet access to PPPoE clients only.
  • (Optional) Use "CHAP" for PPPoE Server Authentication Type to protect LAN clients from the replay attack.
  • Click Apply to make the settings effective.

2. Go to User Management >> User Profile, click Add to create a user account,

3. Edit the profile as follows:

  • Enter Username and Password
  • Check Enable
  • Unfold PPPoE Server and select "Enable" for PPPoE Server Login
  • click Apply to save the profile.

4. (Optional) In the user profile, you may assign a time and data quota, or bind the user profile to a specific device (by MAC address).

Now, the LAN clients will need to set up a new dial-up connection for Internet access. The username and password should be the what was configured at step 3.

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