You can trial RadiusNT in text mode with up to 100 users or ODBC mode
for up to 100 authentications. You can send a reuqest to sales for a
temp key if you need to more than that.
> The system has started acting erratically, for example:
> We had a several users who couldn't log on. We tried several things in an
> attempt to get one user logged on. This included retyping his entry to make
> sure the spacing and tabs were in order, no success. Adding a sample user,
> no success. We then cut and pasted the one user at the top of the list, and
> he was accepted. I went into the debug mode and noticed an error for one of
> the entries above this user. I have since then corrected this. The server
> though still will not authenticate users. We have since then moved the user
> list to the MAX's internal user and password list. Is the unregistered
> software situation the problem, or has the upgrade changed features that I
> am not use to?
If RadiusNT reads an error in the users file, it stops reading the users
file. Run RadiusNT in -x15 debug mode and it will show the users being
read from the users file, and also show if there were any errors (and which
user it has a problem with).
> Also, I know to use debug, you must stop the service. Okay, after running
> the debug, the last line reads that the Radius Enterprise initialized... Is
> this OK instead of "waiting for requests"? Is CTRL C the escape from this
> mode? If so, then can you just restart the RadiusNT service?
Remove the logfile entry. RadiusNT 2.5 logs to the logfile rather than
the screen if you have a logfile defined.
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