RADIUS for IVR, howto?

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Oct 29th, 2003
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I would like to use the IVR feature of our AS-5300.

Cisco includes several Tcl IVR scripts, and some of

them use RADIUS authentication. I have looked all

over but can't find any documentation on the

specific configuration of a RADIUS server which

will authenticate voice calls received by the


I found some sketchy details on how to configure

RADIUS on the Cisco, as a client, but no luck on

the server. I am using the radiusd 1.1 from GNU.

Any guidance or pointers are badly needed and very

much apreciated.


-Ramon F. Herrera

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owillins Tue, 11/04/2003 - 11:03
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The username and password would be stored in the RADIUS server, and the AAA authentication login H.323 would have to point to RADIUS. Use the aaa authentication login h323 group radius command in the configuration of the router that is running IVR. Here is a document for a sample configuration.


Another document on Configuring Interactive Voice Response for Cisco Access Platforms



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