Re: support of USR Netserver?
Grove Heacock ( email@example.com )
Fri, 09 May 1997 16:49:45 -0400
Michael Miller wrote:
> Dale E. Reed Jr. wrote:
> > Michael Miller wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello all,
> > >
> > > I have got Emerald Admin, Radius Config, Servers properly configured for
> > > our MAX4000's and run the re-port utility to create the server ports and
> > > everything is functioning properly (i.e. able to view current users
> > > online). I am now attempting to add a USR Netserver to the server
> > > list. I notice under server type is listed "Starts at 0, Starts at 1,
> > > Max 4000, Max 1800, Max TNT, Cisco 5200". Does anyone know what I can
> > > use to add a USR Netserver as a server and be able to see current online
> > > users? Does Emerald support this?
> > Most likely its "starts at 0". What you should do is run RadiusNT in
> > debug mode, and then see what the NAS-Port attribute is like from the
> > USR in the accounting packets. Typically its a linear number. If its a
> > scalar, then let me know, and I'll add a server type for it.
> > --
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> I am thinking it is "starts at 1". While the USR does have a zero, it
> appears to be a reset and not a port, and there appears to be a port 16
> which would seem to indicate that it is not 0-15, but rather 1-16. I am
> going to try "starts at 1" and see what happens. We likely won't be
> testing the USR on Emerald until sometime next week.
Our Netserver I/16s are set to starts at 1, port 1-16 and work great.
Port Zero is the console port on the back of the unit.
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