Hi Tom, > [...] > I set one of our TNT units to point to the Radiator radius server. All > analog modem users did fine...authenticated, got the IP-Address > assigned, etc. However, every time an ISDN user calls in, they are > unable to negotiate a protocol. What follows is a snippet from our > radius.cfg file, followed by part of our users file: > is this snippet the real order of your users file? > DEFAULT Auth-Type=System > Service-Type = Framed, > Framed-Protocol = PPP, > Ascend-Base-Channel-Count = 1, > Ascend-Maximum-Channels = 1 > > #ISDN User > jimmy Password="xxxxxxxx" > Service-Type = Framed, > Framed-Protocol = MPP, > Framed-IP-Address = 18.104.22.168, > Framed-IP-Netmask = 255.255.255.248, > Framed-Route = "22.214.171.124/29 126.96.36.199 1 y amhaed", > Ascend-Call-Type = Perm/switched, > Ascend-Base-Channel-Count = 1, > Ascend-Minimum-Channels = 2, > Ascend-Maximum-Channels =2, > Ascend-MPP-Idle-Percent = 0 If you anser with yes, then I think radiator will never come to the ISDN entry, because the DEFAULT entry will catch all requests. Anyway, you can verify this with a bigger trace level as Mike supposed already. Regards Charly -- Karl Gaissmaier Computing Center,University of Ulm,Germany Email:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Network Administration Tel/Fax: ++49 731 50 22499/22471 pgp-key available: http://www.uni-ulm.de/urz/Netzwerk/uuca/keylist.html === To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.