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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R008C00 CLI-based Configuration Guide

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Maintaining PPPoE

Maintaining PPPoE

PPPoE maintenance includes resetting and terminating PPPoE sessions.

Checking Dialer Interface Information


  • Run the display interface dialer [ main | number ] command in any view to check dialer interface information.

Checking for PPPoE Dialup Failure Reasons


Check for PPPoE dialup failure reasons to help users and maintenance personnel locate faults.


  • Run the display pppoe fail-reason command to check for PPPoE dialup failure reasons.

Clearing Dialer Interface Statistics


The statistics cannot be restored after being cleared. So, confirm the action before you use the command.


  1. To clear statistics on the dialer interface, run the reset counters interface [ dialer [ number ] ] command in the user view.

Resetting PPPoE Sessions


To disconnect users from the device or trigger re-negotiation, terminate PPPoE sessions. To reset PPPoE sessions, reset PPPoE sessions on the PPPoE server or PPPoE client.

User services are interrupted when PPPoE sessions are reset. Therefore, confirm your operation before resetting a PPPoE session.


  • In the user interface view, run:

    reset pppoe-client { all | dial-bundle-number number }

    PPPoE sessions are reset on the PPPoE client.

    • If a PPPoE session in permanently online mode is reset using the reset pppoe-client command, the device will automatically reestablish the session after 16 seconds.

    • If a PPPoE session in packet-triggered mode is reset using the reset pppoe-client command, the device will reestablish the session when it needs to transmit data.

Updated: 2019-01-11

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