Re: emerald and radius

BA ( )
Mon, 16 Jun 1997 09:39:29 -0500

Thanks Dale I will try that....however, as you said below you can use
LocalServer (they are both on the same machine) any idea what is wrong

D:\radius>radius -x15 -o

0) EncryptPasswords: 0
1) IgnoreCase: 1
2) AuthPort: 1645
3) ReqAcctAuth: 0
4) AcctPort: 1646
5) Mode: 1
6) Options: 101
7) Debug: 15
8) ODBCDatasource: LocalServer
9) DataDirectory: d:\mssql\data
10) AcctDirectory: d:\mssql\data
11) UsersFile: Users
12) Username:
13) Password:

Param: Debug Level: 15
Param: ODBC Only Enabled
Initializing Winsock...
ODBC Datasource: 'LocalServer'...
Allocating ODBC Henv...
Allocating ODBC Connect...
Making ODBC Connection...
Allocating Statement...

SQL Statement: Select Name, RadAttributeID, Type From RadAttributes

ODBC: SQLExecDirect Error:
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name

SQL Statement: Select ra.Name, rv.Name, rv.Value From RadValues rv,
es ra Where rv.RadAttributeID =3D ra.RadAttributeId

ODBC: SQLExecDirect Error:
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name

Allocating Statement...

SQL Statement: Select Server, IPAddress, Secret From Servers

ODBC: SQLExecDirect Error:
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name
Allocating Statement...
config_init(): dict_valfind(Lifetime-In-Days) not found.

Radius NT is ready to receive requests!
radrecv: Request from host cef2c90f code=3D1, id=3D1, length=3D0
Received unknown attribute 4
Received unknown attribute 5
Received unknown attribute 1
Received unknown attribute 2
LOG: Authenticate: from - No User Name

Response Time: 20

from radlogin

D:\radius>radlogin test testuser

Checking Radius user test:
(null): couldn't open /radius/server to find servers

On Sun, 15 Jun 1997 15:17:47 -0700, Dale E. Reed Jr. so eloquently wrote:

>BA wrote:
>> Hmm yeah the DSN is called LocalServer in the ODBC, however, this is =
>> SQL installed....and I didn't create another the Access one=
>> did and pointed it to the I suppose I should create
>> another entry besides the LocalServer and call it Emerald and point it=
>> emerald.dat???
>> I have radius setup with the odbc to LocalServer as well.
>If you are running RadiusNT on the SQL Server machine, you
>can use the Local Server ODBC DSN. You *NEVER* confgiure ANYTHING
>to use the Emerald.dat file. ONLY SQL Server can access that
>file directly. When you create the Emerald ODBC DSN, you need
>to choose the SQL Server driver, and then type the name of your
>SQL Server in the Server box and make sure you specify your database
>(usually Emerald) under the options.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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