>It sounds to me like what you are really looking for is a failover mechanism
>within ODBC itself.
>I've heard rumblings of such functionality being forthcoming from Microsoft
>but have yet to see anything concrete.
>From: Stephan Malkmus <email@example.com>
>To: RadiusNT@iea-software.com <RadiusNT@iea-software.com>
>Date: Thursday, February 26, 1998 6:36 AM
>Subject: Re: Back up server
>>At 02:30 AM 2/26/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>>Secondary machines is the whole point of supplying that information to
>>>NAS...The best way (In my opinion) is to specify backup radius servers in
>>>your NAS's, not on the database itself. I have a previous posting about
>>We specified a secondary radius server on the NAS that point's (the radius
>>secondary) to another database - this works pretty good if the first
>>But we want to point it to the same database as the first radius server and
>>only when the SQL Server is down it should automaticly change to the second
>>database which was replicated from the SQL server. I hope it is clear what
>>I wanted to say
>>because I am german and not sure if I translated it well.
>>Stephan Malkmus (firstname.lastname@example.org)