We are running the latest version of RadiusNT. It seems to be working
pretty well with our Ascend Max 4000s (from an accounting standpoint).
We also have some Cisco 2511s in the field as dial-up servers. They
authenticate great using RadiusNT, but they don't seem to be reporting back
any start-stop packets to the accounting portion of the database.
We have the following in the config of each Cisco:
aaa accounting network start-stop radius
If anyone has seen this or is having this problem, any input would be much
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