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I am running NPS Radisus server for my DSL subscribers

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I can give my subscribers these DNS addresses by putting them there in my NPS
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Is it possible to give some subscribers different ip addresses ?
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Absolutely.  You would need to create a different access rule for each set of DNS servers that you want to assign though, so you'd need something to make the rule match, such as security group membership, or which DSLAM they connect to as a condition in the rule.

Unfortunately there's no other way to selectively assign different addresses to each user if you're assigning DNS via AV-pairs.
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The DSLAM's are owned by third company also the LNS server so there is nothing I can do there.  I don't know where to start.
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Do you have RADIUS clients listed in NPS?  You should have at least one.  If so, are they DSLAMs or LNS'?
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Yes I have RADIUS Standard who is NAP capable and has ip address and shared secret.
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So is that the LNS?
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My RADIUS is NPS Windows 2012R2 who talks to the LNS (Cisco)
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Ok so you cant do it based on NAS.

You could do it based on another variable such as time of day, for example.  It's a bit crude but it'll work.  Just copy the access profile to make 3 more identical rules and set a condition in each rule to match a different time period each day (12am - 6am, 6am - 12pm, 12pm - 6pm, 6pm - 12am), then set different DNS servers in each rule.
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