The SQL Statement is dynamically created, based upon the information
from the NAS. If attributes are not received, RadiusNT will not add
to the SQL Statement. See the RadiusNT docs on accounting for
> that would be stored in the calls table, but it was a field in the
> example calls table provided with version 1.60, so I should delete the
> password field from the table? thank again.
I don't believe the calls table ever had a password field.
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