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LFI for MultiLink PPP

1.LFI for MultiLink PPP on Serial Interfaces PPP Multilink LFI (Link Fragmentation and Interleaving) allows a router to send big frames fragmented so that smaller, delay sensitive packets can be send between these fragments of larger frames. If LFI is not enabled, a packet would have to wait for the …

PPP Authentication – EAP

1. One way authentication 1.1 EAP Server (Authenticator) PPP will require the use of a Radius. However, you can use the local usernames if you configure: Remember to configure the username and password that the client will use: 1.2 EAP Client (Authenticating) 2. Two way authentication On R1: On R2:

AAA 101

1. Enabling AAA new-model AAA stands for Authentication, Authorization and Accounting. Authentication is the process of identifying users based on some credentials (passwords, digital certificates, tokens). Authorization is the process of allowing an authenticated user to access specific services or a specific level of administration, while accounting is the process …

PPPoE – PPP over Ethernet

PPP can be encapsulated over Ethernet and it can be used to offer authentication over Ethernet connections. It cannot be used for Multilinking Ethernet connections. When using PPPoE we need a server and a client. 1. Server Side Configuring the server makes use of the Virtual Template/Virtual Access interfaces. We …

PPPoFR – PPP over Frame Relay

1. PPPoFR PPP can be used encapsulated in Frame Relay to offer all PPP features over an existing Frame Relay network. The first feature that comes to mind is probably authentication, but PPPoFR can also be used to offer advantages such as Multilink PPP over Frame Relay or PPP compression. …

PPP Multilink

1. PPP Mulitlink One feature that PPP can offer is the posibility to bundle multiple physical links into one logical link, much like an EtherChannel interface available on the Ethernet Switches. Considering two routers connected back-to-back over more than one serial links. Each serial interface can be configured for PPP …

PPP 101

PPP is an open-standard, media-independent Layer 2 protocol that can provide such features as authentication, multilink, compression, reliability. PPP uses 2 negotiation phases. First, LCP (Link Control Protocol) is used to set up the link and to negotiate authentication, compression mechanisms, available MTU size, and so on, and then there’s …

PPP Authentication – CHAP

1. CHAP algorithm CHAP is more secure than PAP because even though it sends usernames in clear text, it uses an MD5 hash instead of a clear text password for authentication. When a router is set to ask for authentication, it will send a CHAP Challenge to the other router …

PPP Authentication – PAP

PAP is a simple but not very secure authentication protocol. It sends the username and password information in clear text. 1. One-way authentication On the router that asks for authentication: On the router that is authenticating: This is clearly a one-way authentication. Only R2 authenticates to R1. 2. Two-way authentication …