[RadiusNT] documentation clarifications?

Sat, 8 Jan 2000 16:39:55 +0800

Hi, Can anyone shed some light on the following items?

1. on page 21 of the radius nt 3.0 manual concerning the advance tab on the
radius nt administror screen, there are options for user
proxy/authentication/unknown and user proxy/accounting/echo.

the manual asks that we consult chapter 9 for more details, but no more
additional details can be found on the above 2 options. What are these
options exactly for?

i am keen on this item, because i am getting unusual behavior from the calls
table--- It doesnt reflect any usage of the proxy-ied users. Calls online
does not show the proxy-ed users , but Calls online works for the local
users tho. I cannot enable the user proxy/accounting/echo. whenever I select
it, it reverts back to the unselected state.

2. on page 55 of the same radiusnt 3.0 manual, there is reference to a
registry setting for proxyid. this is supposed to hide the nas-identifier
from the proxy server. I enabled this one, but in the radius -x15 screen, i
still see the same nas-identifier. I made sure to stop and re-start the
radius when i made the registry entry.

3. on emerald side, whenever i enable the overlimit option in a user's mbr
/billing record, all users with this option set will not be able to
authenticate. It will always get the 'user is over credit limit'. I double
checked and updated the balances. For example, i have a user1 with an
updated balance of 450.00 , i set over limit to 10,000.00 and yet i still
get authentication denied due to over limit!

On another test account, i have one that is overpaid. so his billing balance
is -5000. when i set the overlimit to 10,000.00, it will also get
authentication denied errors due to over credit limit. But when i set the
over limit to 0, all such accounts will be able to login. Has anyone
encounted this before??? (all accounts have an unexpired 5 day permanent

I am running sql7.0 with sp1. I just upgraded the radiusnt 2.5 to 3.0
professional, demo version.

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