In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "Mike McCauley" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: | Yes, its pretty easy, but the way to do it depends on what type of databse yo | u | have. Basically what you need to do is set up a reply item for the user with | eg: | Framed-IP-Address=192.168.1.1 While we're on this, perhaps I could ask something relivant to me. I have a MySQL db with > 4,000 users in it and Radiator is happily authing and accounting to it. However, as one of the table fields I have a misc_reply_items and I get a copy Radius Reply packet for each user. However, each user has exactly the same details (with the exception of about 5 records - for people with static IPs). Is it possible to set a default Radius Reply list and have the db add to this default list or to replace entries which may be there? Paul. -- Email pgregg at tibus.net | CLUB24 | Email pgregg at nyx.net | Technical Director | INTERNET | System Administrator | The Internet Business Ltd | Free Access | Nyx Public Access Internet | http://www.tibus.net | www.club24.co.uk | http://www.nyx.net | === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.