Hi Brandon,


On May 5,  1:29pm, Dialup USA Sales Dept wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) restricting numbers
> Im looking at adding an additional network onto my location list.   However
> if I do so both of the networks will charge me for each unique user that
> accesses there system.   So I plan to use one of the networks in only the
> areas that the other network isn't in.  I don't want a user that knows about
> the network dialing both numbers because one is busy and costing me twice as
> much.  Is there anyway to restrict users from dialing certain numbers to
> access the internet?  If so, how do I do this?

Yes, you could use Handlers and Calling-Station-Id to make sure users are
dialing into the right POP for their area code. See a posting earlier today
from me on the same topic.

Hope that helps.

Cheers.


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