The one good thing about all this crap is: There always HAS to be a logical
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Dale E. Reed Jr.
> Sent: Monday, September 11, 2000 3:38 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] What's Up Gold 4.0 problem
> Jim Whaley wrote:
> > I changed the "AllowMalformed" registry entry to 3 and that fixed the
> > problem with the one Ascend TNT not authenticating properly,
> but the What's
> > Up Gold problem still remains!
> > Weird that it suddenly doesn't work with this newer version of RadiusNT.
> > This is how I have the RadiusNT service setup in WUG:
> > Port: 1645
> > Timeout: 5 seconds
> > "UDP" is selected
> > Expect on Connect: (nothing entered here)
> > Send command on connect: \aD\@,0123456789012345\a netmon
> This is definately wrong. RadiusNT 2.5.2xx and higher validate
> the entire packet ahead of time, and your length above is larger
> than the packet data (so its malformed and we ignore the request).
> This is from WUPG test (see the FAQ entry below for more details).
> Send: %01D%00,0123456789012345%01%06TEST%02%18abcdefghijklmnop
> > Expected command response: %03d
> > Send to disconnect: (nothing entered here)
> You have two choices for an expect. In either case, the
> second late should match the second letter of the expect
> (and case does matter).
> > This is what RadiusNT 2.5.214 sees when WUG tries to test it:
> > radrecv: Request length:44 UDP Length:28 Request from netmon.ids.net -
> > Malformed Packet
> > Resp Time: 0 Auth: 1/0 -> 1 Acct: 3/0/0 -> 3
> > Very odd......
> This is from the RadiusNT FAQ. The only different here is the
> new stuff prefers the %00 type characters wheras the older stuff
> uses the \x type notation.
> > ipSwitch
> > Can I use WhatsUp to monitor the status of RadiusNT
> running as a service?
> > WhatsUp Gold can monitor your RADIUS servers and tell you about
> > an outage. Instructions are included with it on how to monitor a
> > RADIUS server.
> > For RadiusNT:
> > Create a user called wupg (or test, or whatever, just make it four
> > characters) with a password of "ANY" (no quotes, all uppercase).
> > The parameters shouldn't make since for a normal user to login as.
> > I use a User-Service=Dialback to insure no one can use the
> > Restart RadiusNT is in text mode.
> > In WUPG, enter the following:
> > Port: 1645 UDP
> > Send on connect:
> > Expect after: "\bD"
> > You can change the wupg name to any four characters, just
> don't change anything else in the send string.
> Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT/X
> IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com
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