Hi Greg,

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> I am currently using Radiator under Linux.  I am authenticating by =
> Emerald, although I am using Platypus.  Can someone give me some idea on =
> how to set Radius up so it hands some users static IP addresses, and all =
> others are dynamic.  Thank you.

In Platypus, you can set up per-user radius attributes.
Use that to set up a Framed-IP-Address for your user.
AuthBy EMERALD will take notice of that and send the static IP address back to
your NAS when that user logs in.

Hope that helps.

Cheers.

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