RadiusNt tries to authenticate from what it receives, comparing it with
its user database, if you send it data, it will always try !
Could a problem with rev software on the NAS.
---Eric NguyenI.T. ManagerSearchnet Associates Ltdmailto:email@example.com
> -----Original Message-----> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [SMTP:email@example.com]> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 1998 4:51 PM> To: 'RadiusNT@iea-software.com'> Subject: RE: RadiusNT 2.2 crashes.> > I reported this problem about 2 months ago, on this list, .. and was> told that the garbage was from "bad passwords"... but in my case it> was not.. The problem is that one of my NAS ports started spewing out> a long stream of garbage... and with concurrency turned on RadiusNT> crashed. > > I also brought Radius up in the -x15 debug mode and much to my> surprise when the garbage was sent from the NAS Radius started spewing> all 1400 usernames accross the screen as though it were searching> every account for a match of the garbage.. > > Although it is not an acceptable solution... turning concurrency off> cured the problem of RadiusNT crashing....> > I reported the problem directly to Kurt about 2-3 weeks ago, via voice> on the telephone, and he said that he would send the problem report to> the software engineers....> > Ronnie@itexas.net