I have a sort of a problem, which is troubling me for a while. I would like to send to the RADIUS server attribute 30, that is Called-Station-ID. In my understanding, that would be the number that the user dialed, to connect to the NAS. Since it is and accounting attribute, I issued the 'radius-server attribute 44 include-in-access-req' in the confuguration, which is the only one that I can find suitable to this situation. But it sends only attribute 31.
Any help with this problem would be highly appriciated.
Re: Report (check) Dialed number to the RADIUS server
Actually, I need that attribute so I can pre-authenticate the user, that is dialling a separate number that the usual, so I can prevent the users that dial that number, from accessing the other, and vice-versa. The problem is, that I could not make the radius authenticate users whose calls come thru separate E1 ports, since I use only 2 E1 with the "special" number, and the rest 14 are on the regular (AS5400). So, I need only a way to make the AS send attribute 30 so the radius can preauthenticate the user.
And, this is a separate issue, If there is a way, to find out the DNIS number, since I'm not sure if the telco sends the same number to the NAS.
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