You only need to alter radius.cfg if you want a different database or
authentication method for all the users who call into a CLID.
If you only have a few users that you want to restrict to CLID, then its best
to just add a check item to their user profile.
Hope thta helps.
On Feb 10, 2:30pm, Lutfi Yunusoglu wrote:
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We want to authenticate some of our users with their CallerID's.
Should I put anything to my radius.cfg file or
is it enough to put the required info to the checkattrib field of our
(We use oracle and Ascend TNT's)
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