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AS5300 Cisco Router Configuration

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Hi,
I have a as5300 cisco router and 2 E1 line in sonnected to this router (controller e1 2  and controller e1 3).router has 4 e1 module.
every e1 line has unic number for example e1 2 : x         e1 3:y
i have a radius accounting server and users dialing to every number they want with specific username and password and all thing is right.
now,i want seperated one of e1 lines from other,when a user dialling to x (e1 2),user must connect with username and password but if a user dialling y (e1 3) ,user doesn't need to enter user and pass and i want users can connect to this number without authentication.
i configure se2:15 and se3:15 and group async for every se but it doesn;t work
please help me

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> when a user dialling to x (e1 2),user must connect with username and password

this is already working

> but if a user dialling y (e1 3) ,user doesn't need to enter user and pass and i want users can connect to this number without authentication.

you may try to do it on RADIUS server. Just create a user with empty string username (or some kind of default user, entry, that is checked when no user is specified), remove Password from checked attributes and add dialed phone number to checked attributes.
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