Ok. I'll recap once again.
Create a user called wupg (or test, or whatever, just make it four
characters) with a password of "ANY" (no quotes, all uppercase).
The parameters shouldn't make since for a normal user to
login as. I use a User-Service=Dialback to insure no one can use
Restart RadiusNT is in text mode.
In WUPG, enter the following:
Port: 1645 UDP
Send on connect: "\aD\@,0123456789012345\a\fwupg\b%18abcdefghijklmnop"
Expect after: "\bD\@"
you can change the wupg name to any four characters, just don't change
anything else in the send string.
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