rp-pppoe 3.8 reviewDownload
PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) is a protocol used by many ADSL Internet Service Providers
PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) is a protocol used by many ADSL Internet Service Providers. Roaring Penguin has a free PPPoE client for Linux and Solaris systems to connect to PPPoE service providers.
Dubbed RP-PPPoE, this open-source product is ideal for Linux users with a DSL "modem" whose Internet service provider uses PPPoE. Before you download this software, check whether or not you really need it.
rp-pppoe your ISP uses PPPoE, but has given you a router, you may not need a PPPoE client on your Linux box. DHCP may work fine.
What's New in This Release:
The code was refactored to shrink the size of the pppoe-executable.
The ability to omit debugging code was also added.
A bug in the MD5 code that caused pppoe-server to segfault on 64-bit architectures was fixed.
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