> User-Service = Framed-User
> Framed-Protocol = PPP
> Framed-Routing = Broadcast-Listen
Actually, you should have:
User-Service = Framed-User
Framed-Protocol = PPP
Framed-Address = 255.255.255.254
In most cases you should NOT have Framed-Routing. This is telling the
to send RIP information to the PPP client, which in almost all cases the
PPP client isn't going to hear and is a waste of bandwidth.
> I found this is the minimum needed to make it work. You can then make it
> more complicated later and setup mail-only customers by using a tcp/ip
> There should be a user in the example file of steve with the password of
> testing -- this one works if you remove or change the expiration, remove
> framed-address and netmask, and remove framed-filter. I am not sure what
> the framed-compression does to the RAS, mine seems to ignore the statement
> no matter what the setting, even one that is totally wrong - like
> framed-compression = bobo. But I haven't installed 1.5.1g yet, so things
> may change then.
Framed-Compression is for like Stac, MS-Stac, etc. Most NASes don't
these. Some do (like the Ascend). I would still be curious why
caused a problem. What is it set to?
> You can email me direct if this doesn't work and we can try other stuff.
> My current system is using radius in odbc mode. Authentication and
> accounting are working and it is setup as a service. Can't get CallsOnline
> to work yet though, I'm still pounding away at that one. There is a
> solution, I just hope I find it before my death. (HA, just a joke).
Send me a private mail, and I will let you try 1.19.0. This isn't an
open invitation to everyone else. :(
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