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SubjectRe: PPPoE
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> service, currently both DHCP and PPPoE work but within a month I will be
> forced to use PPPoE. They have provided a userspace PPPoE driver and have
> distributed both the binary and source thereto. The problem however is
> despite the driver working, it uses a monsterous 30% CPU usage. I recall
> hearing of an effort to develop the PPPoE kernelspace driver that was much
> faster, what is the status of this? I could provide the source to the

There is a 2.3.x driver for PPP in kernel space. It won't ever be in 2.2.x.
If you look on freshmeat you will find a GPL'd userspace PPPoE for Linux
2.0.x/2.2.x that is a lot more efficient

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