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  • 1.  RADIUS VSA for Route

     
    Posted 03-19-2018 06:18

    Hi all,

     

    Thanks to your expert help and advice I have now, a 99.9% operational Green-Field ISP configured and ready to go..... I have one last little question regarding the RADIUS VSA requirement.....

     

    I need to be able to assign the CPE the correct LNS to use. We have 2 x LNS and customers will be split across the two. So, I just need the correct VSA and it's value to use to automatically supply that information with the access-accept packet..... (IPv6 and IPv4 is working perfectly)....

     

    Thank you



  • 2.  RE: RADIUS VSA for Route
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    Posted 03-19-2018 06:39

    On L2TP LAC, CPE/Subscriber is tunnel based on domain-map lookup(which is associated with username) or via radius return attributes. Domain-map is more simpler in that you know which username@test.com(domain) the LAC tunnels the subscriber towards but your perfer radius, these VSA should do:

     

    Tunnel-Client-Endpoint 

    Tunnel-Medium-Type   (IP)

    Tunnel-Server-Auth-ID.  (host name)

    Tunnel-Server-Endpoint 

    Tunnel-Type (L2TP)

    Tunnel-password (pw)