I have resolved this issue. It's basically require me to authenticate prior to initiate the dialout. I used the Dialout/Ezy software from Tactical software to solve this problem.
Now come to a new problem, I need to find out who's using the modem, for how long and the dialout number. Does anyone know how to get this ?
From the radius acccounting records, I can get who's using and the duration of the call but I'm unable to get the dialout number.
Is there something I missed in the radius server (Steel-belted Radius) or the router ? On the terminal, the syslog can tell me the dialout number but how do i map that to a particular user or IP address ?
Here is an example on the telnet session or my syslog server
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