Re: [RadiusNT] ISDN
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Wed, 09 Dec 1998 12:30:12 -0800
Ted Olson wrote:
> I don't know if that difference can be distinguished. (Anyone?) But as a
> practical matter we really don't care, we charge the same for a single-port
> ISDN connection as for single-port analog, it's only the port usage that's
> important (and maybe bandwidth in the future). With RadiusNT set to manage
> concurrent connections and an account set to "maximum 1 connection",
> 2-channel ISDN won't work. If the subscriber wants 2-channel (who
> wouldn't?), you can increase their max concurrent connections limit to 2
> and charge accordingly.
You should make sure the Port-Limit is set to that value as well. With
the new simulataneous bonding, people can bond multiple channels before
the first accounting record comes in (especially with ISDN).
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