Re: Best Way to Install RRAS

Danny Sinang ( (no email) )
Mon, 4 May 1998 11:07:24 +0800

RRas is a Radius client by itself.

You only have to live with the fact that RRAS returns only a few attributes.

idle-timeout doesn't work

But session-timeout does.

Just install RRAS and have Windows NT recognize all those ports to which
your modems are connected to.

Off course, don't forget to apply the RRAS hotfix.

- Danny

-----Original Message-----
From: Howard A. Brooks <>
To: NTISP Emerald <>
Date: Monday, May 04, 1998 11:01 AM
Subject: Best Way to Install RRAS

>Hello All:
>I hesitate to ask on the Emerald list, but what would be the best way
>to setup RRAS to replace RADIUS? I'm hoping for little or no down
>time. We have a PDC (provider) running RADIUS from the Computone
>PowerRack. The BDC (saint) runs eMail.
>Howard Brooks - President - IamNet, Inc. -
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