That is correct. The 0/110 PVC (with VLAN 10) is an Ethernet bridge and does not perform
PPPoA->PPPoE (and vice versa for downstream) conversion - so shouldn’t be experiencing
If you are using PPP on the 0/110 PVC, then it works out to be PPPoEoA and the ISAM strips
the ATM header - rather than straight PPPoA with the ISAM interworking function to convert
to PPPoE, which is what occurs on the 0/100 PVC.
From: Scott Pettit [mailto:SPettit@end2end.co.nz]
Sent: Tuesday, 27 January 2015 10:47 a.m.
To: Brent Marquis; Simon Allard
Subject: Re: [nznog] Chorus EUBA + IPV6
On 26/01/15 21:37, "Brent Marquis" <Brent.Marquis(a)chorus.co.nz> wrote:
This also means that IPv6 over VDSL (PTM) should be fine.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Simon Allard To
IPV6 doesn’t work on Chorus EUBA on some line card types Only affect
PPPoE->PPPoA translation PPPoE end to end is fine.
Chorus say IPV6 not supported on EUBA
Customer numbers effected are smallish.
Just to clarify, if a customer uses PVC 0/110 (Ethernet), there is no issue, right? We
have lots of sites on EUBA using 0/110 and haven’t had any problems with IPv6, ditto for
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