Hi everyone,

I am configuring RADIATOR to use with Bay.  Everthing seems to be OK.
Authentication from the Bay's command prompt is OK.  But when a user 
dials in, I cannot ping him.  From the routing table in Bay, I can see 
that there is no route to the user.  Instead, one more default route 
is added to the user's asy port.  I guess I must have not set up the 
Access-Request reply items correctly.  Please help?

Here is the trace from RADIATOR:

*** Sending to 203.2.2.2 port 1301 ....
Code:       Access-Accept
Identifier: 197
Authentic: 
<209><192><12><199><182><16><11><172><155>`<9><145><128><176><7><0>
Attributes:
        Framed-IP-Address = 255.255.255.254
        Session-Timeout = 14400
        Idle-Timeout = 1200
        Service-Type = Framed-User
        Framed-IP-Netmask = 255.255.255.0
        Framed-Compression = None
        Framed-Protocol = PPP
        Framed-Routing = None
        Framed-MTU = 576

I tried again with most of the things threw again.  The result is the
same.

*** Sending to 203.2.2.2 port 1303 ....
Code:       Access-Accept
Identifier: 198
Authentic: 
<191><160><11><182><173><144><10><165><157><144><9><149><142><144><8><0>
Attributes:
        Session-Timeout = 14400
        Idle-Timeout = 1200

Do you know what attributes that I have to reply to Bay to make it
work?  
Please help:

Here is the environment:

Bay:            RAC8000,  OS: R7.0
RADIATOR:       2.13.1

Thank you very much.


Regards

Clement
ANS Communications Pty Ltd

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