Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE)
is a configuration option for Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) circuits.
You can configure PPPoE only on WAN ports and physical interfaces.
You cannot configure it on sub-interfaces or logical interfaces
such as bypass pairs or an interface with Layer 3 configuration,
such as DHCP or static IP addresses.
Upon completing PPPoE
authentication, the system establishes a connection with the DSL
provider. In the event of PPPoE connection failures or termination,
this PPPoE logical interface displays as down.
A logical PPPoE
interface acts as the underlay interface for all Prisma SD-WAN-related
features, statistics, counters, and configuration.
, select a device
Configure the device
Select a port.
PPPoE is now attached to an interface. Proceed to configure
Use This Port For
To enable this port to forward direct traffic and
establish secure fabric links as per the site network policy, select
a Circuit Label from the drop-down.
If no label is selected, the port continues to be active and
available for communication with the Prisma SD-WAN controller and
for reporting statistics, but all network policy traffic ignores
Negotiated indicates that the IP address is negotiated
with the PPPoE server.
Static indicates that the IP address is statically configured.
If the IP address is static, the system ignores any PPPoE server-provided IP
address and use the static IP address instead.