We are not doing DSL resale yet, but are getting very close. As I
understand the RedBack system they provide a PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet)
client that is installed on the clients PC. By doing this, it makes
their connection just like any other dialup connection that you are
already familiar with. They end up not actually using the DHCP for
the address, but get it from the PPPoE part.
While this design is not universal with RedBack, that is the way that
we are looking at doing it. I want to keep using RadiusNT since it
is already in with our billing system.
Let me know how it goes for you, I have not been able to find someone
who was actually doing Radius auth for DSL. Many make the claim they
can, but they don't and just statically assign IP's and such.
--David A. Niblett | eMail: email@example.comSystems Programmer | Phone: (352) 334-3400Gainesville Regional Utilities | Web: http://www.gru.net/
> -----Original Message-----> From: John Sulima [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]> Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2000 11:28 AM> To: email@example.com> Subject: [RadiusNT] RadiusNT for DSL> > Within a month or two, we'll be starting to resell DSL services, and I'm> curious to find out if RadiusNT (or RadiusX) can be used to assign IP> addresses to DSL customers? One of the CLECs that we're using will be> installing a Redback SMS system, so they'll be able to do the DHCP for us,> but we'll also be reselling another company's service as well. In> addition, I'd prefer using RadiusNT since it's so well intergrated with> our billing software.> > Anyone have any experience along those lines? If not Radius, then how do> you handle the IP provisioning, etc. for DSL customers? > > > > For more information about this list (including removal) go to:> http://www.iea-software.com/support/maillists/liststart
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