Re: Radius advantages

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 23 May 1997 10:36:22 -0700 wrote:
> A bit off subject:
> Some limitations?
> I noticed that I could not get radiusNT to accept more than 16 characters
> for my NAS when using database.....this was a real problem I had to drop
> all ref to DNS to the NAS machines due to the fact that my root domain name
> alone is longer than that.

The identifier is almost always an IP Address, not a domain name. For
products, I typically reverse NAS-Identifier and NAS-IPAddress. You
increase the DB field length, also.

> Also, has anyone configured radius to give out static ips and routes ok
> with Access database? I can't seem to get it to do that at all, doesn't
> like an IP address for a value of the Framed-Address attribute. And would
> you have to setup a profile for EACH user with a different static ip.

This IP Address should be a text representation, in dotted decimal form.
What does radlogin return for the auth of the user with the static IP?

Yes, you have to add all entries for the user in the RadConfigs table.

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