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Assigning static IPs via RADIUS through PIX 506e

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I have a number of remote users who connect to a PIX 515, which doles out static IPs per user, based on their Active Directory user attributes.  This is done through Microsoft IAS / RADIUS.

I would like to configure a PIX 506e device as a backup, but I cannot seem to find a way to configure it to assign IPs based on RADIUS attributes returned from the IAS servers.  It seems to want to use an address pool local to the PIX.  Does anyone know if it's possible to configure the 506e to assign static IPs based on the authenticating RADIUS server?

The PIX 506e is running software 6.3(5).  The PIX 515e is running 8.0(3).  Thanks!
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Can you post the configs of the 515 and the 506 please?
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According to Cisco, this cannot be done using version 6.0 on the 506.  The 506 cannot be upgraded to version 7.0.
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