I don't know what doubts you can have. The RadiusNT (as accounting goes)
just records whatever the NAS sends it. There really isn't a lot of
choices or options. The "accuracy" of the account is COMPLETELY the
responsibility of the NAS, NOT RadiusNT. Therefore, I would guess
if your accounting records are inaccurate, you are pointing the
finger at the wrong thing.
> You still didn't answer my fourth question.
The fourth question didn't have a lot of relevance to the issue.
RadiusNT 2.5 is no more accurate than RadiusNT 1.16.60 or 2.2,
for the reason noted above. They all will produce the same results
assuming whatever is sending the RADIUS packets sends the packets
the same way to each one.
> > From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <email@example.com>
> > To: RadiusNT@iea-software.com
> > Subject: Re: I.Q. about RadiusNT 2.2
> > Date: יום שלישי 07 אפריל 1998 00:25
> > ori wrote:
> > >
> > > Hello Dale,
> > > In my compant we are using RadiusNT 1.1 and find it difficult to go on
> > > with. We are interested in buying RadiusNT 2.2.
> > > From my experiance with the RadiusNT 1.1, The accuracy of the
> > > feature fails to the mission (and I must add that this feature is very
> > > important for us).
> > > Another problem is the script which came with it - Detailer. It is very
> > > unaccurate as well and too simple for relying on.
> > >
> > > To the point:
> > > 1.Can I use it in ODBC mode with Access 97 reliably? Does it come with
> > > database file Ready-made?
> > > 2.Is there more sufisticated parser of the detail log file instead of
> > > detailer?
> > > 3.Is 2.2 more accurate then 1.1?
> > > 4.Would it be wise to wait for the 2.5 ? when will it be published?
> > Detailer is a product un-related to IEA Software.
> > RadiusNT in ODBC mode is the most accurate way of doing usage
> > based reporting. There is an Access 97 database that is
> > included with RadiusNT and another avaialble from a customer
> > that is more enhanced on our website.
> > IEA Software does not write software to parse RadiusNT logs.
> > We only support use of a database (which in base defintion
> > stored, parses and processes data). No need to re-invent the
> > wheel. :)
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