Re: RadiusNT, Computone and Authenticate

Jeff Woods ( )
Fri, 11 Jul 1997 09:55:28 -0400

1) Make SURE that the RADIUS server has the IP and hostname of the
PowerRack in its local HOSTS file. Forcing it to use DNS will fail.

2) Make sure that RADIUS/Emerald knows about each PowerRack. This is done
in Emerald config, or in RADIUS NT's setup. If the RADIUS server isn't
told that each NAS its AUTHORIZED to use it, then it won't even talk to it.

My guess is you still need both of these changes.

At 10:51 PM 7/10/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Hello All:
>After pouring over the Computone manual many, many times, highlighting
>like back in college, rechecking and rechecking all connections for
>the past two days I just have to ask.
>But first, our MicroCom ISPort connects to zero port on the
>IntelliServer ( NAS to RadiusNT.60 on NT4.0 with SP3
>( on the Primary server. Secrets set in both that match.
>RadiusNT is running (radius.exe -install), the -x15 debug command
>indicates three users are established and await login. Users setup in
>the IntelliServer 151 and the USER file in C:\radius. Running DUN
>dial-in from a Win95 machine being certain to use the same user name and
>password with the (Primary Server) I get danada. M$ DNS is
>running and working on our small Intranet. Dynamic hosting is running
>and a block of C numbers have been set aside. It's as if something is
>I login fine, but why no authentication? The Win95 dials-in fine but
>simply returns message to check my log-in parameters while the Primary
>server (set in the debug mode) does nothing.
>Can someone please help? What have I missed?
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