>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.
But I want offering 2 services, RTC and ISDN.
I hoped RadiusNT can do it before user connecting.
>At 05:55 PM 12/4/98 +0100, you wrote:
>Does anyone can tell me how distinguish ISDN client and analogic client?
>I use ODBC trial version with database access and I'm looking for examples.
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