RE: Setting up a back-up RadiusNT server

Victor Salaman ( )
Sun, 6 Jul 1997 20:07:20 -0300

Puedes correr RadiusNT en una maquina con 32 MB siempre y cuando no sea
un DC, y si vas a utilizar la base de datos de Access. Si vas a tener
una escala mayor de usuarios, seriamente te recomiendo utilices
autenticacion desde SQLServer en una maquina aparte (esto te dara mas

Mi consejo personal es que le subas la memoria a tus servidores a 64MB,
que tengas un PDC aparte en una maquina peque=F1a, pongas tus =
de produccion como Stand Alone Servers, y prepares tu cisco routers con
access lists para filtrar el trafico.=20

-- Suerte,

Victor A. Salaman, MCSE/CNE
Vice President, Technology
TEKNOS Consulting Corporation
Phone: 787-725-4500
Fax: 787-725-4500

-----Original Message-----
From: Hector Cintron []
Sent: Sunday, July 06, 1997 6:56 PM
Subject: Re: Setting up a back-up RadiusNT server

At 11:15 AM 6/27/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Hector Cintron wrote:
>> What it will do is display this 9 times before the computer
that I'm using
>> to dial in will ask me again to put my user name and
password. Also while
>> I was testing it a few users try to connect and the same
thing happend. My
>> guest it seems that I have to communications from radius to
my NAS. I even
>> copy my client & user file from my primary and did the same.
Any ideas or
>> suggestion? Thanks.
>Is the machine the backup RadiusNT is running on multi-homed?
If so,
>make sure
>you are sending the requests to the primary IP address, not one
of the
>multi-homed addresses.

Hi Dale

Thanks for the reply. That was the problem. Once I used the
primary IP
of the machine it worked perfectly. Quick question what do you
that is the minimun req. on a machine to run RadiusNT. Thanks

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