What I meant in the second part is that in the Win DUN if the user has configured it not to take a dynamic IP address and assigns an address from my network, he would be able to login...does this have to do with the filter that is not working.
At 11:25 AM 07/22/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Mohammed Ersan wrote:
>> we have a number Portmasters + Cisco 3640 working as Access Servers for
>> Local and remote sites, on the Cisco I've created the required filters
>> (same names on the PM & Cisco) but how do I make radius to assign the
>> filter on the cisco and how could i prevent some one from assigning his
>> address because if a dial-in user assigns his address he will be
>> authenticated normally.....
>To assign the filter in RadiusNT (assuming ODBC Mode) you need to add the
>Framed-Filter attribute to the AccountType defaults in the RadATConfigs
>table (or to the specific users's accountID in the RadConfigs Table).
>I'm really not sure what you are asking in the second part about
>"assigning his address" and "authenticated normally".
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