I'm assuming the BTOR supplied modem passes the AAISP WAN address to the PPPoE device and routing of subnets just works as as it does with ADSL?
I'm currently running the Billion 7800n router setup pretty much as a modem for ADSL into a Pfsense box for the routing & firewalling of my /27 and /29 - would there be any benefits of getting a Cisco 887 to replace the BTOR modem and the Pfsense box, other than there being 1 box in my rack and possibly small power saving?
The benefits of keeping the BTOR modem and Pfsense box is that the sale of the Pfsense box wont cover the cost of the Cisco so I'd be out of pocket.
Virgin Media 50Mb/s
53.34Mb/s - 1.65Mb/s - 29ms @ 24/05/2011
Andrews & Arnold
2.91Mb/s - 0.89Mb/s - 18ms and getting worse
Edited by pete_thomson (Sun 20-Jan-13 17:56:09)