[pptp-server] Ip address assignment

Chris Tooley ctooley at amoa.org
Fri Mar 22 16:08:23 CST 2002

A star can be used as a wild card (meaning anything is accepted).

For instance the example below will allow open authentication (meaning
none performed) and anyone to connect to any of your span of addresses.
Client		Server		Secret		IP Address
*		*		*		*

Chris Tooley

On Fri, 2002-03-22 at 22:02, Örjan Johansson wrote:
> Hi!
> I'm a little confused when it comes to the files pptpd.conf and
> /etc/ppp/chap-secrets. How do I design the chap-secrets file without
> explicitly assigning addresses for aech user entry? I want the server to
> use the pptpd.conf file's span of addresses and assign them as clients
> connect and authenticate.
> Help appreciated!
> TIA,
> Orjan 
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