That should typically do it.
> When I reboot the Bay RAC, I see a response from radiusNT server (dos
> window). When I try to login using a username/password valid or not, it
> still allows me access ... It seems to be ignoring the user database.
What does the RadiusNT -x15 debug look like for a bad authentication
which is being allowed in?
> I assume that the server file contains the ip address of the radiusNT
> server with the secret same as set in the clients file and on the RAC.
The server file is only relevant to radlogin. Its not used by RadiusNT.
> I guess I would like to see generic (basic) settings so I can get it
> working and auth names.
Radlogin is working, so that means you have RadiusNT working. Does
radlogin return a bad result when you test it with a bad user? Could
there be a setting on the RAC (similiar to what Ascend has) where it
could be letting someone in no matter what the RADIUS server says?
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