George G. Stossel wrote:
> Yes, It can be done. We did it while our server rejected all incoming
> calls and the complaint line rang off the hook. I suggest the
> Install 2.5 in a separate directory and move a copy of your database to
> that directory.
> Open the database and import any tables from the sample radius97.mdb
> that are not in you 2.2 database.
> Add the additional data elements that appear in the radius97.mdb for
> like named tables.
> Rename NASPort to Port in the tables and queries in your 2.2 database
> that the 2.5 sample show as being named differently. This will also
> affect any reports you have defined, but this can be down after 2.5 is
> up and running.
> Run the admin GUI and set your parameters. Install the service then
> stop and restart.
> Keep the manual handy as it has all of the table and registry changes
> documented, but not in roadmap form. You will have to simply compare
> what's in the book to what's on your server and make the changes.
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> Subject: Issues after upgrading radius from 2.2.25 to