Most likely, your database dictionary doesn't match your dictionary file.
If an attribute doesn't match, this will cause the parse error. For
example, you could have an dictionary with User-Service-Type, while
the database has User-Service.
> If I create a user default in the database with a password of WINNT and try
> radlogin with a user in the SAM, radius reports user bob not found, and
> radlogin reports 1 bad.
DEFAULT is only supported in the users file. You have to enter each user
in the database, or run in both mode.
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