Message-ID: <005c01c284f2$e802e0d0$14c22cc7@photon> From: "Josh Hillman" <email@example.com> Subject: Re: [Emerald] ISDN Setup on Version 4.5.1? Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2002 12:43:52 -0500
If you're trying to prevent someone paying for regular dial-up from dial-up
via ISDN, you should pass the following radius attribute with your regular
NAS-Port-Type = 0 (Async) That will prevent a digital connection such as ISDN from connecting. If the person is paying for ISDN service, you could prevent analog sessions from connecting (NAS-Port-Type = 1 (Sync)), but generally, there's not much point in doing that. See section "5.41. NAS-Port-Type" of RFC-2865
To control how many channels can be used by an ISDN session, you can either
limit the Emerald "login limit" (concurrency) to 1 or 2, etc. or you may be
able to use a radius VSA (vendor specific attribute) associated with your
access server to control the number of allowed channels as it relates to
multilink protocol since the "login limit" in Emerald is not necessarily
associate with MP.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ali Resting" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 5:12 AM
Subject: [Emerald] ISDN Setup on Version 4.5.1?
> I am using Emerald Version 4.5.1. I need to be able to distinguish my
> 56k dial ups from my ISDN dial ups. How would I implement this via the
> radius settings so I can also control who has 64k ISDN and/or 128k ISDN.
> Ali Resting
> Real Image Internet
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