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CCNP Practical Studies: Using DSL to Access a Central Site

Chapter Description

This sample chapter focuses on Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology, one of the most popular broadband access methods and a new topic on the CCNP exam.

Practical Exercise 8-1: PPPoA over DSL

In this practical exercise, both lab-827A and lab-827B are connected to the DSLAM, as shown in Figure 8-13. You need to create two different DSL profiles—premium and standard. Each of them has a different downstream and upstream speed. Assign a premium DSL profile to lab-827A and a standard DSL profile to lab-827B. In this exercise, you will configure local authentication. IP addresses are assigned to the DSL CPEs from the IP pool configured in the Cisco 6400.

Figure 13Figure 8-13 Practical Exercise: PPPoA over DSL

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