[cisco-nas] Virtaul-profile feature Set
Oliver Boehmer (oboehmer)
oboehmer at cisco.com
Mon Mar 7 10:00:38 EST 2005
> I have a dialin user, which do not get an virtual
> interface. The radius config is relatively easy:
> user01 Auth-Type:= Local, User-Password == "****""
> Service-Type = Framed-User,
> Framed-Protocol = PPP,
> cisco-avpair += "ip:addr-pool=POOL_NETYOU_RFC",
> Framed-Routing = None
> Any ideas, why this user get no virtual-interface ?
> Wiht 12.2 there was no problems.
Apart from the fact that the user is terminated on the physical line, is there a problem? Can't check right now, but we shouldn't need an vaccess for this specific user. Is this an ISDN or Modem/async user?
remove the "virtual-profile if-needed" and you'll get a vaccess for every call..
>>> I want to configure virtual profiles. These profiles
>>> shoul be used, when they are needed.
>>> Normally the configuration should look like this :
>>> virtual-profile if-needed
>>> virtual-profile virtual-template 1
>>> virtual-profile aaa
>>> Since my update from 12.2 to 12.3(T) the line
>>> "virtual-profile aaa" is away.
>>> Any ideas, why this happen?
>>> Is this command not supported with IP Plus ?
>>> Is there a new way to configure this option ?
>> This command is obsolete, you don't need it anymore. IOS
>> automatically uses a vaccess when it sees per-user attributes in the
>> AAA response..
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