If you want your user's to be authenticated via a terminal window and then start PPP your AAA configuration for PPP authentication should read some thing like this. Depending on how your authentication is set up the line may differ but the key part is "aaa authentication ppp default if-needed"
aaa authentication ppp default if-needed radius local
By adding this command you will be able to have "ppp authentication pap" on your group async interface. What will happen is if a user dial's in with a terminal window and is authenticated and starts PPP it will not try to authenticate the user again since it has already passed authentication. If a user dial's in via Dialup Networking he will hit the Group Async and be required to authenticate via PAP normally.
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