With some experimentation and assistance from this forum I have been able to get init strings, modem pooling, and autocommand working properly. Now I would like to have certain dialin numbers accept a userID and password from the dialing device prior to executing the autocommand telnet command.
The dialing device will be an unattended PC that will connect and send a username and password. Once authenticated on the access server the device will be (auto) telnetted to a local host and the two will begin exchanging data.
The unattended data exchange works properly, now I need to add authentication. Any suggestions (examples, URLs, etc.) would be greatly appreciated.
Hello again, Herbert. Yes, I have several dial-in phone numbers, with a modem pool set up for each of the numbers. Users dialing in on some of the numbers are (autocommand) telnetted to a specific host on a specific TCP port without authentication. Users dialing in on other numbers will have to authenticate prior to being (autocommand) telnetted to their host.
I have entered usernames and passwords into the access server config for the users who will be required to authenticate. I have included a sample of each type of modem pool configuration at the bottom of this message.
I'm thinking that if I add the global command "aaa new-model" and the line config command "autoselect during-login" only on the lines I want to have authenticated it will cause users dialing in to those lines to have to authenticate before the autocommand will execute. However, I don't want everyone to have to authenticate.
The documentation on CCO that I've read at(http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/793/access_dial/modem_pooling.html) doesn't seem to support my assumption. Lines 3-5 in this example have only the modem InOut and autocommand statements. But the Introduction to this example states that the users connecting to this pool (3-5) will be autocommand telnetted to a specific host after they authenticate.
Is this documentation incomplete? Or am I missing something?
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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