Attribute 4 is officially NAS-IP-Address and 32 is NAS-Identifier. The
is an IP Address type and the second is a string. USR is the only one I
of using 32 (they actually send both 32 and 4, which IMHO is against the
RADIUS RFC). Typically with a USR I name 4 NAS-Identifier and 32
RadiusNT handles this without having to fuss with all the names (if you
them with the RFC specifics for RadiusNT 2.2, it can handle it fine).
> 2. Which attribute should we use to assign an inactivity timeout to
> callers?, i.e. to bump them off line when they are idle for xxxxx time.
> How do we define xxxxx in the access database?
Idle-Timeout = xxxxx seconds.
> 3. When will RadiusNT version 2 be available?
I don't have a definite date.
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