Friday, September 22, 2000, 2:34:08 PM, you wrote:
Okay I tried all of your recommendations and it is STILL not working... When
I changed the RadiusNT Admin program to have the ODBC and the TEXT BACKUP
options checked - saved the settings - shut down and restarted RadiusNT
services. I then tried to log in - still okay - then I shut down the ODBC
services. It appeared it was reading from the text file (I ran RadiusNT in
debug -x15 mode and it was looking at the users UNIX passwd files) but it is
still not authenticating them when the ODBC services are not running. Also,
radlogin won't accept any users in the users file either :(
I can't seem to figure out what's wrong ... in ODBC mode it works wonderfully.
But as soon as the ODBC database is shut down - it stops authenticating. Shall
I send you a small sample of the output from the -x15 debug (privately) ?
DERJ> Dirk wrote:
>> DERJ> Another thing you can do is use radusers to create your users file from
>> DERJ> the
>> DERJ> ODBC DSN. This might work a little better than trying to use the unix
>> DERJ> passwd file:
>> DERJ> ftp://ftp.iea-software.com/RadiusNT/beta/radusers.zip
>> This looks like it has an SQL script to modify a procedure and an executable
>> with no description of what it does. It has the parameters you can pass to it
>> - but I can only guess it will build a file from your current user database in
>> SQL, am I correct in this assumption? And do I need to run that .sql script?
DERJ> The SQL Script creates the three procedures that the program needs.
DERJ> Running the program without arguments gives the syntax:
DERJ> RadUsers Syntax:
DERJ> RadUsers [FILE] [DSN] [Username] [Password] [Timeout]
DERJ> Basically, you give it a filename and DSN, and it will create a users
DERJ> from your database (after the procs have been added).
C:\Emerald>>radusers users.em2 emerald sa ""
DERJ> Loading RadConfigs Users...Writing...1
DERJ> Loading AccountTypes...5
DERJ> Loading RadATConfigs Users...Writing...5
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