One of our customers is using an old Cisco LAN2LAN ISDN card (version 1.4.2) on a DOS PC to access our network. We have been using CHAP for authentication and that has been working well for a number of years. However, now we want to use PAP instead, but we do not know how to change the config file to make it work.
Do any of you have an idea? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The existing isdn.cfg looks like this:
; Your Local Configuration
NAME = ROUTER1
DIALNUMBER = xx-xx-xxxxxx
INTERNATIONAL_ACCESS = 00
;LONG_DISTANCE_ACCESS = 0
;PUBLIC_ACCESS = 0
;OWN MSN = *
;ACCEPTED MSN = *
; Your Connecting Router Configuration
NAME = ROUTER2
PASSWORD = xxxxxxxx
;PASSWORD = Replace with your CHAP Password and delete leading semi-colon
DIALNUMBER = xx-xx-xxxxxxx
SERVICE = DATA64
INACTIVITY TIMEOUT = 600 ; Inactivity Timeout
IPX = DISABLE ; Comment (add leading semi-colon) this line to use IPX
;IP = DISABLE ; Comment (add leading semi-colon) this line to use IP
MLB = DISABLE ; Comment (add leading semi-colon) this line to use MLB
INDICATED DIALNUMBER = IGNORE ; Ignore the DIALNUMBER from ISDN, take all calls
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