I tried to get info for a few months off and on regarding how to do this.  
Finally, after some trial and error, and using a customer's connection 
(with permission) to test, I have found out how to route a network to a 
customer's connection.

Before using RADIUS to do it, I had to set a static route in each Hiper 
ARC (which stunk).

This is an example of how to route a network / subnet to a customer's 
static IP address.  This is using Radiator RADIUS and a 3COM Hiper 
Arc.  Replace all IPs and xxx with valid numbers for your network.  Please 
note that your 'dictionary' file may have slightly different syntax for some 
of the reply items (e.g. Framed-Address instead of Framed-IP-Address).

user            Auth-Type = System, Simultaneous-Use = 2
                Framed-Protocol = PPP,
                Service-Type = Framed-User,
                Framed-IP-Address = 206.30.215.xxx,
#       customer's static IP address above
                Framed-Netmask =,
                Framed-Route = "206.30.xxx.0/24 206.30.215.xxx 1",
#       network to be routed, netmask, static IP of customer, metric
                Framed-Routing = None,
#       can be changed to valid entries as defined in the dictionary
                Routing-Protocol = Rip1,
#       can be Rip1 or Rip2
                Idle-Timeout = 0
#       don't drop dedicated customers...

It will also work with the setting below.

#               Framed-Routing = Broadcast-Listen,

If Framed-Routing is set to anything besides "None," this will affect the
HARM, Networks, IP Networks, username-ip-.... settings.  In other words,
if set to Broadcast-Listen, then the customer's network will have those
settings showing up in their network settings on the Hiper ARC.

At this writing, I haven't tried Rip2 yet, but it should work.  Rip1 is sending the 
route to the other Hiper ARCs.

I hope this helps someone.  If it does, please send me an e-mail and let 
me know.

Have a great day,

Craig Thompson
WingNET Internet Services,
P.O. Box 3000 // Cleveland, TN 37320-3000
423-559-LINK (v)  423-559-5444 (f)

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