NethServer Version: 7.9.2009
Hi, prepare to setup new server to customer below is network
red: enp1s0f0 → pppoe
red: enp1s0f1 → pppoe
for red: enp1s0f0 → pppoe I can setup as usual.
but for red: enp1s0f1 → pppoe I cannot set up
I do cp /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ppp0 to ifcfg-ppp1
and add a record to the networks db:
db networks set ppp1 xdsl-disabled AuthType auto user XXX Password XXX name PPPoE provider YYY role red
There is no new ppp1 in network.
Could you help?
Dont’ quote me on that, but maybe NethServer supports only 1 PPPoE interface…
@pike said it is possible that only one PPPoE interface is supported on the GUI.
I assume you followed the steps described in:
ATM, the only way I can think of, it’s to configure the second connection following standard centos instructions.
Adding support for multiple pppoe connections to nethserver seems tricky.
You could use the web gui to add the first connection, then copy relevant files and add the second connection.
cp /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ppp0 /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-ppp1
with the db command (or compare the db entry from the working interface):
db networks set ppp1 xdsl AuthType auto user XXX Password XXX name PPPoE provider YYY role red
Not really a solution, but just a workaround: buy a router for PPPoE, then attach to NS one PPPoE connection and the router itself
At the end, you will be able to use both links in a multiwan setup.
@pike @dnutan In that case I will set 2nd pppoe to Routing mode.