[RadiusNT] Concurrency Control Doesn't Work, Help...

Todd K. Tuttle ( (no email) )
Thu, 10 Feb 2000 08:40:41 -0600

The concurrency control doesn't work for any NAS I try, only using radlogin
from the localhost or another machine. I have the Emerald Suite with MSSQL
7. I have the Concurrency Control, Variable Login Limits set in the
Authentication on the Advanced Tab in RadiusNT Administrator as well as the
SNMP Concurrency Check. The radlogin check didn't work until I added the
primary key to the Username field in the Calls table. Now from reading the
version 3.0 guide, apparently you have to manually add to the ServerPorts
table the ServerID and the Port to correspond to the NAS-Port. I ran with
"-x15" (see below) , but need to know which ServerID to use. Do you use the
"Request from host cefd387c" or the "NAS-Identifier="?
i.e."cefd387c" or the IP address?
radrecv: Request from host cefd387c (rtr3-beloit) code=1, id=115, length=72
NAS-Identifier =
NAS-Port = 2
User-Name = "testuser"
Password = "\351\012\227\306\233\253\255\226L;\206Ud\206Y\242"
User-Service = Framed-User
Framed-Protocol = PPP
Checking for duplicate logins.
SQL Statement: {CALL RadCheckOnline(testuser)}
testuser found on-line 0 time(s).
Checking for port access.
Sending Ack of id 115 to cefd387c (rtr3-beloit)
User-Service = Framed-User
Framed-Protocol = PPP
Session-Timeout = 18000
Idle-Timeout = 900
Class = "IEAS1\00112\0016"
Resp Time: 547 Auth: 13/3 -> 17 Acct: 19/0/0 -> 19

Or is the Emerald administrator, and RadiusNT administrator supposed to be
able to actually set things up so the Concurrency Control acutally works
without manually adding to the ServerPorts table? I have had the Full
Emerald Suite since November of 1999 and still have not released it into
"real time" use since I can't get it to do what I want. Any help would be
greatly appreciated.

Thank You
Network Administration Staff
North Central Kansas Community Network

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