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Qsig

join:2009-05-18
Kanata, ON
reply to darkrabbit

Re: Bell FTTH question

As stated is still uses PPPoE; If you can tag traffic as VLAN 35 on the interface of the Palo Alto box, you can go directly from the Alcatel-Lucent ONT they'll give you to the firewall. This will skip the Sagemcom 2864 they provide.

I go from this box to my pfsense box so hopefully your firewall can do PPPoE on the interface.


darkrabbit

join:2012-12-12

Thanks guys. Yeah the 'wall will do PPPoE on the interface. I just need to tag traffic I guess, so that's no issue. But.. the fibre connection coming in is an 802.1q tag, is it? So am I right in saying that I could connect the media converter / ONT into a switch which can split VLAN 35 and 36 (TV) off, then hook my FW to a switchport on VLAN 35?

-J



LondonDave
Premium
join:2011-09-05
London, ON

That's my plan this weekend. Why waste power on the sagemcom when I don't need it.
You may have to spoof the Mac of the sagemcom tho.



Paolo
Mr. Wireless

join:2004-05-29
canada

palo alto? isnt that california?



Paolo
Mr. Wireless

join:2004-05-29
canada
reply to LondonDave

sorry im new to ftth what does paloalto mean?

Expand your moderator at work


zed173

join:2010-07-17
Mississauga, ON
reply to Paolo

Re: Bell FTTH question

It's also a company that makes firewalls