Re: Framed-Route atttribute works or not?

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 18 Dec 1997 00:34:03 -0800

Kevin Brown wrote:
> The access routers (as5x00 series are still considered 'routers') as they
> have the same ability to route data networks as would any other product
> running Cisco IOS. Thus the reason Cisco touts a common IOS over
> practically all their products for inter-operability reasons.

Just a subtle difference though. You wouldn't use a AS5200 to be
a border router in any practically situation. To me, the AS
stands for "Access Server".

> Great... now to ensure everyone else is RFC compliant (*cough*) so that
> what is proposed will work. :=)

Thats what the RADIUS bakeoff was all about the first of this month.
Vendors got together and tested thier products in an engineering
(not marketing) environment. The benefits of all involved was

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