achatz at forthnet
Sep 26, 2006, 1:19 AM
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I'm trying to forbid users from using their own address when terminating through a l2tp tunnel and use only ips from local defined pools. The problem
deny user's ip address and use from local pool
is that i don't want to use any aaa server, so authentication/authorization is set to none (so everyone terminating there can login).
I see that there is a command "ppp ipcp accept-address" that allows peers to define their own address and another command "ppp ipcp dns reject" that
denies peers from defining their own dns servers.
Is there a way to deny user defined ip addresses in order to provide ips only from local pools, especially when not using any aaa server?
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