The RFC clearly states each attribute number and its use. Whether its
called User-Service or User-Service-Type in a dictionary doesn't matter.
The RFC also states what to do when you receive attributes you don't
know about (like say a Livingston receiving one of the non-RFC Ascend
> Should I be looking to run Ascend's radius daemon on a different port for my
> Max4000's and Livingston's for my PM2's, PM3's and USR Netservers ?
I don't see any reason for it. RadiusNT supports and works with them
all just fine. If you are having disconnect problems, then look at
the Acct-Terminate-Cause or Ascend-Disconnect-Cause (you can rename this
to Acct-Terminate-Cause so that it gets saves in the calls table) and
find out why the users are being dropped.
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