(RADIATOR) Radmin and DSL.
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Jun 25 23:33:41 CDT 2003
Hello Michael -
If your DSL users are going to be authenticated from a different realm,
then what you describe will work fine.
Otherwise you could use Handlers, or you could use Identifiers in your
Client clauses and use the Client-Identifier as the PoolHint for the
This topic has been discussed on the mailing list, so check the
On Thursday, Jun 26, 2003, at 13:50 Australia/Melbourne, Michael
> Client of ours is running Radmin-1.7, Radiator 3.5 for dialup clients
> They want to now also Authenticate for DSL users - NAS will be a Cisco
> I have added a new Client (Via Radmin), with a NAS Type of CiscoVPDN.
> Would I need to add a new realm to the config with <AuthBy RADMIN> and
> also containing an <AuthBy DYNADDRESS> to allocate a different pool(To
> the modem dialup users) of dynamic adddresses?
> Has anyone setup something similar to the above that would like to
> there experiences?
> Thanks in advance.
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NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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