RE: [NTISP] Radius nt emergency

Malcolm Joosse ( (no email) )
Sun, 12 Dec 1999 15:40:52 +1100

Did you get the message from IEA about the recent release of Emerald that
was not RFC compliant and to downgrade ?
Below is a copy, try to post this to the Emerald or Radius NT lists.

Valued IEA Software Customer,
I regret to inform you that an error has been found in the distribution
of Emerald that is currently available on our FTP site.

If you are running a version of the Emerald Manager (emerald.exe)
greater that 2.5.278 I encourage you to visit out ftp site at and download the replacement
binary (emerald_278.exe) and install it on all of the machines that you are
running Emerald on.

You will need to save this file as emerald.exe in the directory that
Emerald is installed in.

We apologize for this inconvenience and hope that this has not caused
any problems in your business operations.

Thank you for your patience.


Shawn Workman - -
Support Manager - IEA Software, Inc.
Phone: (509) 444-BILL (2455) - Fax: (509) 755-0705
Emerald: ISP Billing and Customer Care
RadiusNT/X: RADIUS Authentication

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Dave P.
Sent: Sunday, December 12, 1999 12:30 PM
To: ntisp
Subject: [NTISP] Radius nt emergency

Is IEA's radius NT RFC compliant? I an running version 2.5. I have a
modem pool for my 56K lines thru my T1 Supplier. I am a small ISP.
They upgraded some of their servers tonite and now my customers can't
log onto the 56K lines. My ISP is telling me that it's because of a
problem with the brand of Radius NT I am using. It's supposed to be RFC
compliant. They are telling me, they don't believe that IEA's Radius NT
is RFC compliant. Need help asap. Thanks

Dave Palazola
The Gloucester Internet Connection ( TGIC )
186 Main Street
Gloucester, MA. 01930
phone: 282-5150

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