Hi Anton,

Yes, you can set up Radiator to authenticate or reject based on
Calling-Station-Id, same as any other check item. You could also use
Calling-Station-Id in a Handler clause to choose the auth method to use:

<Handler Calling-Station-Id=12345>
        <AuthBy ...>


On Apr 13,  4:11pm, Anton Sparrius wrote:
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We normally dont worry about the CallerID, but is it possible to not allow a
call if it comes from a certain phone number, regardless of what the
username is??  Or is this more of a NAS thing?


Anton Sparrius
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