ip clear, routing dsl lines on branches using radius
I used to work for a company where we had lots of remote branches, these had dsl lines, in central office we had a radius server where we configured the router username and password for the remote branch, and on the radius attributes we added an AV pair with a route statement on it.
how would this work ? would it issue these attributes using dhcp, and add a route to the remote router?, how does the remote router see my radius in the first place, and what kind of technology is this called, is it, IP CLEAR ?, and using mpls with bgp ? it was from BT
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