Actually, you NAS just needs the number. Their docs might give examples
of "User-Service-Type", but its really the attribute number (since
itself doesn't know the name) thats important. Your dictionary
numbers to names and vice versa.
> The problem I am now having is with the ODBC side.
> I added a user as a Subaccount and entered the NAS details in the
> appropriate databases. I also changed the RADattribute from just
> "User-Sevice to User-Service-Type.
Again, this is even more irrelevant since the database uses the numbers
more than the names.
> When I try to login my NAS reports "Service denied for a non-ppp
> The test login I created was for a PPP connection.
What does radlogin show for the user authentication? Radlogin is
your best debug tool because it shows you what RadiusNT and the
database are returning for the user.
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