From: "Leandro Rzezak" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [RadiusNT] Frontend for RadiusNT Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2000 15:16:11 -0300 Message-ID: <NBBBLPAOMMAKLKFOJFBDGEHEIKAA.email@example.com>
We have developed a Mediation/Provisioning system with a front end for
administering dialup and email accounts, as well as domains.
In fact, this mediator has two front-ends: one for the end-user, and the
other one for the Customer Representatives.
The best thing is that the mediator has the ability to communicate with
legacy systems such as AS/400, Oracle and any CRM through Oracle Access
Manager or any Queue manager like MQ Series or sonicMQ.
We are able to implement this solution in less than 14 days, depending on
your need to use the legacy systems interface or if you need just the
Teletec Soluciones SA
+54 (11) 4180-8800
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]En nombre de Steven Greenwalt
Enviado el: Domingo, 17 de Diciembre de 2000 05:38 p.m.
Asunto: Re: [RadiusNT] I'm sure you've heard this before...
Answer to number 3: Is build an access list on the 3661.
I 'm using a 3661 here also but not for NAS.
I have a question for you on the SQL. What are you using on the front end to
load your users into the database?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mr. Nobody" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 17, 2000 12:10 PM
Subject: [RadiusNT] I'm sure you've heard this before...
> Hello everyone long time no see! Just bought ourselves RNT3!!! Long
> time users of 2.5. Anyways here go the most likely stupid and repetitive
> 1. I have RNT3 installed on WIN2K w/ SQL2K this should work fine right?!?
> 2. I have Cisco 3661 Access Routers filled with NM-16AM integrated analog
> modem modules. Anyone have any idea of the OID for these things so
> I can implement concurrency control checking?!? I don't want anyone
> getting and authentication rejection because RNT3 thinks they are on
> line when they are not.
> 3. I'm sure this has been asked a gazillion times... Okay... I want to
> a single username & password pair with my above configuration that
> is limited to only seeing one single IP on the Internet. I used to have
> PM-2E's and we had to make in/out filters associated with a user
> in our radius to achieve this. Is there an easier way to do it with
> I have no intent to limit logins, use, or session time of this account
> even keep track this account.
> I only need it limit the user to seeing only my web servers IP(which
> happens to be my DNS & Radius server also).
> Thank You Much,
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