R: [RadiusNT] fixed IP & SQL 7

Pietro Risso ( (no email) )
Wed, 8 Sep 1999 19:01:30 +0200

We have just controlled it.
The type for RadAttributeID #8 in the RadAttributes table is 2.
Please, consider that whit an access 97 db it works perfectly.

Pietro
-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Dale E. Reed Jr. [mailto:daler@iea-software.com]
Inviato: mercoledý 8 settembre 1999 18.54
A: radiusnt@iea-software.com
Oggetto: Re: [RadiusNT] fixed IP & SQL 7

Pietro Risso wrote:
>
> Hi
> we are using radiusnt 2.5.175 with a SQL 7 and a Cisco AS5200.
> We need to assign static IP addresses so we have put in RadConfigs:
>
>
RadConfigID,AccountID,RadAttributeID,RadVendorID,RadVendorType,Data,Value,Ra
> dCheck
> 2,1,6,0,0,"User-Service",2,0
> 3,1,7,0,0,"Framed-Protocol",1,0
> 4,1,8,0,0,"x.x.x.x",0,0
> 5,1,27,0,0,"Session-Timeout",7200,0
> 8,1,9,0,0,"255.255.255.0",0,0
>
> This doesn't work.
> From the debug logs of RadiusNt and the AS 5200 we see that every time the
> attribute 8
> is passed with a value of 0.0.0.0 while the framed-netmask (attribute 9)
is
> passed correctly.
> We have done the same with an access 97 db and in this case everything
> works.

I'm guessing your dictionary has an incorrect entry for #8. Make sure
the type for RadAttributeID #8 in the RadAttributes table is 2 (IP
Address)
and not 1 (int, which would read the 0 from the Value column).

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