Since jwz (and
his site is definitely not safe for work often asks the LazyWeb for advice
and while I don't think any of my readers may be able to answer this, I
might as well give it a shot (before I end up calling tech support and being
put on hold indefintely).
I've got a Cisco 2611 with the latest software. It needs to be connected
to our office via DSL (on
the interface ATM0/0) to our office (which is already set up for DSL, but to require the other side
to authenticate). What magical Cisco incantations do I need to get this to
work? (and if know how to integrate it
with tunnelling, that would be great)
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