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SteelBelt radius and L2TP attribute

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   My customer does VPN with L2TP between CISCO routers as Router_A and Router_B for an example.Router_A has to identify with SteelBelt and get some ATTRIBUTE for using with Router_B.
 
    He has the problem that he cannot authenticate with SteelBelt Radius with L2TP protocol.
 
    What does the problem come from ? Does anyone experience with this issue ? How to solve the problem ?
I also have the question as the followings.


  1.What is the attribute for L2TP protocol for radius ( Steel Belt ) ?
  2. Is it the Standard Attribute for L2TP protocol ?

Please suggest me how to solve ?

Many Thanks in advance.
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hstiles earned 150 total points
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The first thing I'd suggest is to ensure that your copy of Steel Belted RADIUS has the latest dictionary file for use with your CISCO box.
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Thanks, I'll try.
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