Re: [Emerald] IP

Dan Tang ( (no email) )
Tue, 18 May 1999 13:39:28 +0800

There is other way which IEA-Software can do about this one. When user
login/password does not match entry in RadiusNT, if RadiusNT could allow
this user come in with a default account type, and use a dummy
username(DUMMY) in CALLSONLINE table. We could define the different IP
pool, IP filters, session-timeout, DNS name server, concurrent login limit
for the DUMMY, then the user will be always get connected and be informed.
Because in US the local call is free, but in the rest of world the call
charge like to take a TAXI, you will have flag fall charge and time charge,
so an informed customer is a happier one.

I would think this change to RadiusNT is minor one, I'm sure Dale will come
up a stored procedure in about 30 minutes.


Dan Tang
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-----Original Message-----
From: Don Barron <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, May 18, 1999 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: [Emerald] IP

>>Don Barron wrote:
>>> Well is there a way to make it so that anyone who's password does not
>>> it lets them on with a fake IP ?
>>Not that I know of.
>>> Then I can direct them to a webpage that atleast says your password does
>>> work so dont bother to dial again, just ring our support line. We seem
>>> have l/users who keep dialling and then blame me for a wicked phone bill
>>> not getting connected.
>>You can monitor your Radlogs table for rendundant entries and then be
>>pro-active to contact the user.
>You'd have to be kidding thats what software is for isn't it :-P