Re: [Emerald] Emerald and ADSL-Connections/suspensions/tracking

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Wed, 1 Mar 2000 11:06:59 -0500

We use a Cisco 7204 for our DSL and emerald works just fine.

In the Cisco config you specify the radius servers to authenicate
too just like you would for a modem nas. No different.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew Stinson" <>
To: "IEA Software" <>
Sent: Tuesday, February 29, 2000 8:13 PM
Subject: [Emerald] Emerald and ADSL-Connections/suspensions/tracking

> ADSL is being released in our area the 15th, and we're trying to figure
> how Emerald plays into it besides for e-mail and billing. Is there any
> aspect of ADSL connection/suspension that emerald can handle? We have a
> Cisco 7206 which handles the ATMs and T-1s. How is everyone else handling
> ADSL? We know it doesn't authenticate, so how do you disconnect a user for
> not paying (besides going into the router itself)? How about keeping track
> of who has what VPI-VCI (or who's online currently, traffic being passed,
> etc. We aren't billing by bandwidth, so tracking for that is only for
> internal maintenance/planning)? We thought about creating a database to
> handle the distribution of this information, but if Emerald has anything
> that can help keep track of it, let us know. I think there's really
> Emerald can do with it(nothing we've seen, anyway) so, if that's the case,
> has anyone found any resources (software, sites, etc.) that can help us
> We'd appreciate any help anyone can offer.
> Thanks
> Andrew Stinson
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