It should be Filter-ID = "filtername". If the USR is like the PM
(its based on an old ComOS) then it will add the .in and .out
extensions when it looks for in/out. You only specify ONE filter
in the attribute.
> Now it doesn't complete the Login process at all, the dialer returns an
> error message "Dial-Up could not negotiate complete set of network
> protocols you specified in the server type settings Check your network
> configuration in the Control Panel and try the connection again"
> So if I'm using the RadiusNT command: Framed-Filter the USR Server
> ignores it, & if I'm using the USR command: Filter-ID it doesn't connect
> at all.
Bu what is the DIFFERENCE between the to? I've tried to explain that numbers
are what count. The names are in-significant. Are they both 64, and
one is a number and one is a string?
> My question again Is anyone knows and can give me example how to assign
> a filter to a user on RadiusNT with NetServerPlus 8/16.
Filters are vendor implementation specific. USR and PMs do it one way,
Ascend like normal does it a proprietary way, and Cisco yet another.
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