Re: Cisco filters and IP Pool

Mohammed Ersan ( (no email) )
Thu, 23 Jul 1998 08:58:35 +0300

I did assign a framed filter in the defaults for every service, it works ok on the portmaster but on the Cisco it would not assign the filter that is already defined in Cisco which of course got the same name.


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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