Proxy = 0
TrimName = 3
> The question is how can you get it
> to leave the domain for certain ones? :)
Is this related to authentication from remote POPs? I know nothing about
proxy and roaming, etc. that many people talk about here. Sometime in the
next few weeks, we'll be providing national access and all authentication
will be handled by our RadiusNT / Emerald, so I need to get that stuff
configured I guess.
We're using RadiusNT 2.5.209, Emerald 2.5.322, SQL 7 SP1. I don't yet know
what the remote NASes are--our local ones are all Max 40xx machines. The
database was originally created 3.5 years ago, so I have no idea how
up-to-date its configuration is.
> Josh Hillman wrote:
> > > Josh Hillman wrote:
> > > >
> > > > RadiusNT 2.5.209 also inserts the non-trimmed usernames into the
> > table
> > > > (e.g. "SOMEDOMAIN\username" instead of the trimmed "username"). I
> > > > have any records in the Calls table where Username like '% %'
> > >
> > From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <email@example.com>
> > > Set the registry trimname setting to 3 and it shouldn't.
> > Setting this to 3 handles authentication correctly, but
> > still being entered into the Calls table instead of just "username". I
> > think this behavior started with RadiusNT 2.5.206 (our earliest Calls
> > where username like '%\%' is from 12/1/99). Prior to that, only
> > was being entered into the calls table.
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