This task uses the pppoe server command to define a list of circuit ID and
remote ID tags on a BRAS for a particular BBA group. The
pppoe delay command is extended to specify delays based
on the PPPoE circuit ID or remote ID tag.
All incoming calls are scanned and if the circuit ID or remote ID
tags in the PADI match the list on the BRAS, then the PADO response will be
delayed by the configured delay time. If there is no delay defined based on the
circuit ID or remote ID, the per-PPPoE service delay is sought. It it is not
found, the delay for the BBA group PADO is used. If no PPPoE delay is found,
the PADO is sent without delay.
If there is no match and a BBA group PADO delay is configured under
the same BBA group, then the PADO response is delayed by the configured delay
time for that BBA group. If a BBA group PADO delay is not configured, then the
PADO response is sent immediately.
With PPPoE smart server selection, you can do a partial match for a configured string by using a circuit ID or remote ID
delay configured for the PPPoE server. (Partial matching is searching for parts of strings. It is used to search for similar strings.)
Perform this task to define a list of circuit ID and remote ID tags
on a BRAS for a particular BBA group and configures the delay associated with
the circuit ID and remote ID tags.
The value assigned for milliseconds should be a multiple of 256. Even though the device allows other values, the Cisco Software
rounds the values down to the closest multiple of 256.