Set autoproxy to none. The other information about the NAS doesn't
really matter. I usually just set them to 0.
> >2) You need to create a RadRoamServer entry with a valid IP address, and
> > strip domain/treat as local flags set (note, the IP is irrelevant,
> >and it
> > doesn't have anything to do with megapop). Then create a
> > entry with ficom.net as the domain, pointing to the RadRoamServer you
> > created.
> MegaPop gave me four Access Servers. This means I will have four @ficom.net
> entries under "Roam Domains". Will this cause a problem?
You have it backwards. You need to create four SEVERS entries, once
for each IP they gave you. You will only have one RadRoamserver
and RadRoamDomain entry, as noted above.
> >You also need to enable user proxy in the RadiusNT admin and restart
> Previously when I checked "User Proxy" and restarted the Radius Server it
> refused to authenticate even my local users. When I ran in debug mode it
> would load the defaults and after sometime would load the clients and then
> it would go no further. I had to uncheck "User Proxy" and restart Radius to
> allow anyone to log on. The Radius version is 2.5.124 with a file size of
> 331kb and a date of 06/08/1998.
There are some known issues with Proxy and 124. You should upgrade a
machine to 162 and test it. 162 should work find for you.
Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com