Re: Prohibiting Analog Accounts access on ISDN Lines

Scott Lagos ( )
Tue, 06 Jan 1998 15:45:29 -0500

At 11:55 AM 1/6/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Scott Lagos wrote:
>> Can someone provide me with a sample RADIUS configuration that will
>> prohibit a standard PPP Analog account from dialing in on a ISDN line.
>You can use the sevre port access with something like an Ascend or
>a box which has seperate ISDN ports from analog. Otherwise you will
>need to use check attributes which are available in text mode, and
>will be available in ODBC mode in an upcoming release.

I thought the PM3 handled this as well. Do you know for sure? What would
a sample text RADIUS look like?


>> How about one for limiting the number of channels that can be open on a
>> ISDN or DOV call.
>Use the Port-Limit attribute (see if your NAS supports it) to
>restrict how many channels someone can bond together.
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