Re: [RadiusNT] RadiusNT ODBC error

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 06 Apr 2000 19:59:04 -0700

"Swick, Forrest" wrote:
> Thanks Dale!
> It worked. I was just able to use radlogin to authenticate against the
> database!
> Now Any tips on using Proxy.
> Our dial in is Total Control. I want it to look at the RadiusNT box and
> authenticate if it the username is found, if no username then roll to a 2nd
> box with Radius on Unix.

This is covered in the RadiusNT documentation, Proxy section:

There are several options for configuring the roaming feature in
the two above noted tables, RadRoamServer and RadRoamDomains.
One of the more useful options is the default domain. If you
define a domain as “DEFAULT”, RadiusNT/X will send all roaming
requests to it that do not have a matching domain. However, you
must make sure the priority for the DEFAULT domain is higher than
all other domains you have listed. Any domain that has a higher
priority than the default domain will be sent to the default
domain. The first domain matching the users’s domain (or the
DEFAULT entry) with the lowest priority is the one used.

You define this default entry, then enable User Proxy,
Authentication, and Unknown. Then RadiusNT/X will forward any
unknown users to that DEFAULT entry.


Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc.

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