RE: [Emerald] Setting up Remote Subnets

Ken Sorenson ( (no email) )
Tue, 28 Sep 1999 09:41:21 -0500

If I read this correctly, it appears you are giving the connection an IP
from the subnet you are supplying them. I believe you will need to assign
the connection IP to something outside the subnet you are giving them.

User-Service: Framed user
Framed Protocol: PPP
Framed Address: (something out of your dialup pool)
Framed-Route: XXX.XXX.49.192/24 (dialup IP) METRIC

I cant remember the binary for .248 right off, but put it in place of the

Hope it helps

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Malcolm Joosse
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 7:56 AM
To: Emerald@Iea-Software. Com
Subject: [Emerald] Setting up Remote Subnetts

I have got Emerald running well with all our dialups, and the NTSAM cheat
worked well.
I am now trying to get my first ISDN customer connected.
We have allocated them with a block of 8 IP's from our new class C.
I have given them with the Subnet
I have set them up in Emerald as Framed Prot0col=PPP Framed IP = Framed Sub =
They dial in and connect fine but I see the get the address x.192 but I
cannot ping them.
They are running a IBM 2210 Router that is very confusing in its setup. I am
relying on the user to setup the router but I have very little experience on
the 2210 as it seems backwards in its termanology.
They are connecting into a Ascend MAX6000 and I have made no profiles on the
MAX for this connection.
I would just like to know this is setup correctly as the customer thinks its
my fault....I just want it working.
Thank You

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