I have a AS5400 with 16 channelised T1 on it. I have a local user on the RAS. 15 of the T1s belong to a certain hunt-group for general dialup access and the 16th T1 has a special number. I want the local user to be able to dialin via the special number ONLY. As it is anyone who dials in to the RAS on any number using the local user username can get authenticated but I want to confine that user only to the special number. The T1 is not PRI. Any ideas?
The other T1s on teh RAS belong to a huntgroup with a toll-free access number. This particular T1 has a toll charge. The user dials in with no password and is supposed to be billed at the toll charge. I do not want a situation where a user dials the toll-free number and authenticates on the RAS without being billed.
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