We have radius authenticating our remote users (PPP) and that works fine, we have specific group profiles on the radius and that determines what IP user gets and timeouts and so on, now I'm trying to inject route into the NAS using the ip:rout AV-pair, we now have to put a static route in our NAS for remote users that are utilizing a router and more than one IP, and this is where I'm stuck I'm not quite sure what to do to our NAS so that it accepts the ip:route AV-Pair from the radius.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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