Dial Up Solutions

Colin Johnston colinj at gt86car.org.uk
Sat Oct 17 17:50:26 UTC 2015

ipass worldwide aka psinet did such with end auth on psinet radius infrastructure

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> On 17 Oct 2015, at 16:54, Stephen Satchell <list at satchell.net> wrote:
>> On 10/17/2015 07:29 AM, Jason Canady wrote:
>> I'm going to go with Justin's suggestion and go with a wholesale
>> provider such as DialupUSA.  It's not worth paying for the lines and
>> keeping a T1 or better for just a few users.  DialupUSA use to charge
>> around $5/user.  They also had hourly and per port options. Looks like
>> you can port existing numbers to them now.  I used them 9-10 years ago
>> and they were great to work with!  IKANO bought them out since then, but
>> they still operate under DialupUSA.net.  They have DSL and T1 options too.
> The ISP I consult to uses an outsource dial service (don't remember which one).  They require us to maintain a RADIUS server accessible from the public internet, to validate callers and handle options and restrictions.  You probably have a RADIUS server already, but you may need to make minor (but tedious) modifications.
> Factor that into your planning.

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