After a few really trying days in the office, I've got our shiny new billing system, with integrated RADIUS and possibly a toaster oven, humming along. Now that I've got a fancy computer thingy to keep track of customers, I'd like to automate and centralize a few more things in my network.
StarOS supports RADIUS for just about everything, and (at least in a small trial of one AP, that's only serving one customer) I can get the AP to allow/deny customers access based on their CPE MAC. That's the easy part :) What would be really swell, though, would be if I could tie customers' bandwidth allocations into this as well. Valemount's Web site does have a (teensy) RADIUS dictionary, but the bandwidth attributes all have "PPPOE" in the name, which at least implies that customer bandwidth can only be set if they're using PPPOE. I have no pressing desire to replace a few hundred CPEs and routers and walk customers through installing PPPOE software and... well, you get the idea. (Right now, we're primarily using MAC authentication and setting customer bandwidth allocations by hand in each AP, but that means changes have to be made at each tower, and having everything centralized would just be spiffy, I think.) So. Does anyone know whether I can set customer bandwidth allocations with StarOS, without switching the whole network to PPPOE? David Smith MVN.net -- WISPA Wireless List: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives: http://lists.wispa.org/pipermail/wireless/