FAQ-The Firewall Acts as an LNS, a PPPoE Client with a Static IP Address Dials Up, But the IP Address Differs from the IP Address in the LNS Address Pool or That Bound to an L2TP User. Which IP Address Is Obtained

Publication Date:  2015-07-02 Views:  227 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
The USG acts as an LNS, a PPPoE client with a static IP address dials up, but the IP address differs from the IP address in the LNS address pool or that bound to an L2TP user. Which IP address is obtained?
Solution
After a static IP address is configured for a PPPoE client, the PPPoE client can obtain only its own IP address. If the client IP address differs from the IP address in the address pool specified on the LNS or that bound to an L2TP user, you can run the ppp ipcp remote-address forced command in the VT interface view to make the client's dial-up fail.

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