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Hi,
I have a Cisco Access Server 3640 , I have a problem in configuring the ISDN lines on it, the problem I have that is there is no authintication takes place when a user tries to logon to the system, the Access Server permit the user to logon without authentication, while the users who use the ordinary modem (not ISDN) logs after authentication process.

Any help on this.

thanks

Amjad
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Do you have AAA setup for ppp? What are you using for authentication? Local database? Radius? Tacacs?
Can you post your config? Be sure to change actual ip addresses/passwords, etc.
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What kind of devices are the ISDN users connecting to the 3640 with?
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Hi,
Thanks for your Reply, well actually I solved the problem, the problem was that there is no ppp configuration for the ISDN, that was the problem. I added the ppp configuration and it worked well.


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