I am atempting to set up a 3745 running 12.3.6 Advancd Enterprise with a NM-2CE1T1-PRI and 30 Digital modems as a NAS to support a number of individual users over Async dial up.
I can connect to the NAS, and use RADIUS to complete authentication, but the DHCP I have set up on the router doesn't appear to work. I can use an address pool to hand out IP addresses, but I want to hand out Default Gateways and Subnet masks as well, so I figure that DHCP is the only way to go.
I ran a debug on DHCP (wouldn't you know it I don't have the output - I'll post it later if required) but all it said was it was unable to get NBNS Primary, DNS Secondary and NBNS Secondary.
Any advice will be gratefully recieved.
Here is the config:
card type e1 2
username <deleted> password <deleted>
clock timezone AEST 10
modem country mica australia
aaa authentication login NO_AUTHEN none
aaa authentication ppp default group radius local
aaa authentication ppp dialin if-needed group radius
aaa authentication ppp radius group radius
aaa authorization network default group radius
aaa accounting update newinfo
aaa accounting exec default start-stop group radius
aaa accounting network default start-stop group radius
However, I am wondering why would you like to supply default gateway and mask to a dialup client? As you know default gateway on a point-to-point link is not meaningful and hence its the client's own IP address itself while mask (that gets handed out via DHCP rather than IPCP) is only useful to give the peer a block of IP addresses that it can assign to CPE devices (if any) behind it on its network.
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