Message-ID: <000e01c1dfd1$f4b84340$326468d8@fantasy> From: "Kurt Schafer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: [RadiusNT] RadiusNT - Trailing /000 in Packet Info Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 10:22:18 -0400
I've found some references on some other internet lists about username and acct-session-id fields being received by the Radius server with trailing /000's in them.
My research to date leads me to believe that the culprit is the NAS, (in our case a MaxTNT) which leads me to a few questions.
1. Will these trailing characters prevent Emerald from tracking usage info from the Calls table properly or does it trim those out ?
2. Is there anywhere in the Radius Admin client (RadiusNT 4.0.12) where I can configure these characters to be trimmed ?
3. Would these characters in the username cause Radius authentication to fail ?