Re: Single channel ISDN

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Tue, 23 Dec 1997 22:57:20 -0800

DCS Online wrote:
> I recently set up my first ISDN customer. The agreement was for a single
> channel (64K) connection. But now that he is all set up, he connects at
> 128K every time. I used the ISDN service type that was already set up in
> Emerald, this uses PPP for the protocal. I was under the assumption that in
> order for a 128K connection to be made MPP needed to be used.

Most nases have MPP and PPP do the same thing.

> Anyway, I would really like to limit this user to 64K. I'm running Emerald
> in ODBC mode on SQL, I have the concurrency mode turned on, and I have the
> users logon limit set to 1, yet he is still able to connect with 2 channels.
> Both channels are being assigned the same IP address, so I assume they are
> being properly bonded. My NAS is a USR TC.

Find out if the USR supprots Port-Limit. Add the attribute with a value of
one to the set for the ISDN default attributes. That will prevent the user
from bonding more than one channel.

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