From: Bjørn Mork (bjorn_at_mork.no)
Date: 2002-03-04 10:45:19 UTC
Kristian Hoffmann <khoff_at_pc-intouch.com> writes:
> The only case I can think of where bridging is absolutely
> necessary is if you want to run PPPoE over a multiple wireless networks
> linked together. I don't think there is any way to route ppp packets
> unless you somehow manage to do PPPoEoIPoE. :P
You could use L2TP, or use access concentrators as edge routers. A Linux box can serve as access concentrator if you like, so you could combine the edge router/PPPoE access concentrator/WLAN access point into a single Linux based appliance.