By the way, I found right after I sent the previous message that the reason
I was getting that "Unknown client" stuff was because I didn't have the
"RadRoadServerID" field in the Servers table....duh!
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Dale E. Reed Jr.
> Sent: Thursday, September 07, 2000 5:22 PM
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> Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] Using Ziplink, need to strip domain
> Jim Whaley wrote:
> > Hello all. I just started testing with Ziplink, a national
> access provider.
> > We also have our own local dialup servers that we will continue to use.
> > We are running RadiusNT 2.5.175, NT4.0 SP6, MS SQL Server.
> > I found that if I add Ziplink's servers to my servers table, i can
> > authenticate OK, but it doesn't strip the domain out of the
> username in the
> > calls table entries.
> > When I try to add the Ziplink servers to RadRoamServers, and the domains
> > invloved to RadRoamDomains and turn User Proxy on, I see
> messagees fly by
> > that say: "Request from Unknown Client" for my regular servers that I've
> > been using right along.
> > I tried adding my regular servers to the RadRoamServers table with
> > "TreatAsLocal" checked, and get the same thing.
> > I also have "Trim Name" checked in the RadiusNT Administrator.
> > Am I missing something? (No doubt I AM!)
> I would highly recommend upgrading to a newer version of RadiusNT.
> 2.5.212 specifically addresses support for trimming names for
> authentication and accounting purposes. You should not have to add
> any entries for proxy for your configuration.
> This is from the changes.txt file in the RadiusNT distribution:
> > v2.5.212 - 2/8/00
> > * The trimname feature has been changed to give control over what is
> > trimed and what is not. The trimname option now has two values that
> > control locally when a domain is trimmed. This option has NO affect
> > on proxied requests, as each RoamServer has its own trim domain
> > option. (This is a Professional/Enterprise feature only. RadiusNT
> > will still trim spaces from around the username automatically in any
> > version). (RQST00000007204)
> > Trimname: 1 - Trim Domains from Local Authentication requests
> > 2 - Trim Domains from Local Accounting requests
> > 3 - Both 1 and 2.
> > Note: The older Admin only sets the first option. You will need to
> > update your RadiusNT admin or edit the trimname value in the
> > reigstry.
> Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT/X
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