I have a Cisco router running IOS 15.3 serving as a dial-in PPP endpoint for a handful of modems. I am using local authentication and a local IP pool to hand out dynamic IP addresses to the callers; this is currently working fine.
I now need to assign static IP addresses to a couple of the incoming callers, preferably based on the username supplied by the calling party during PPP authentication. I understand that this can be done by using RADIUS to authenticate the PPP callers, but I would rather not set that up for such a small installation. This is a small, private installation which does not require any of the other benefits one would normally get from using RADIUS.
Is it possible to assign static IP addresses to incoming PPP users on this platform without using RADIUS? If so, could you describe in general terms how it is done (or point to any relevant documents)?