I have an 871W router with a separate ADSL modem.
It has a FA 1 as a trunk to the LAN (which operates in vlan 10) VLAN 10 declaring itself as part of bridge-group 10 BVI 10 with the IP address of the router "Dialer 1" interface with dialer pool 1 FA 4 interface with dial pool number 1
The dialer 1 interface has the PPPoE credentials.
My ISP is deploying MLPPP (in test/beta mode with bugs). I would be using a single link MLPPP. (this bypasses the telco's throttling equipment since the IP packet is offset by a couple of bytes)
Is it possible to have a "test" dialer interface with different credentials and the ppp multilink commands to get MLPPP, and quickly/easily switch from the "production" PPPoE dialer to the test MLPPP Dialer configs ?
There are routing and IP NAT entries which specify "Dialer 1", so creating Dialer 2 with the new config might work to establish the link, but wouldn't work for NAT/routing.
Is the only way to write some script that will "manually" modify the dialer 1 interface from one config to the next ?
Is there a command that will completely zap "Dialer 1" so I can re-enter a config without fear of leftovers from the previous one, or must I negate every command that setup the previous config before entering the new config ?