said by Bigpaddy_Irl:
We have a customer whom is paying a fair price per month at the moment for a 10Mb semi-dedicated connection from us. He only wants it for his private cinema which uses apple tv and spotify around the house.
At the moment he has his own cisco router at the house, and we just route a public to it over privates via PPPoE. He has been having qos issues recently, and would like to avoid our traffic shapers at the core.
So what I was suggesting was for us to place a rb750 or similar at the customers home, and run an EOIP tunnel from it right back to our RB1200 router at the core. From here, the core, I was going to just bridge an ethernet port with a private ip on it back to the end of the tunnel and route the public over the tunnel somehow back to the wan port of the customers cisco router.
I would like to hear how anyone else would go about doing this, or is the way I just explained the norm? It would be nice to do it right at the start. I would also like to know how I would just route the public from our WAN on the core router and out accross the tunnel.
EOIP is extremely inefficient. use a VLAN. I think in your case (bridged network) its simple to implement.--
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