Yes, it is.
> If not (I don't think we have the Enterprise version), should I be able to
> stop the MS SQL server and RadiusNT fall back to the text files? It doesn't
> seem to be doing that, when I check it with radlogin, it just times out.
> Then when I restart MSSQL, I have to stop and restart radiusnt for it to
> When I start RadiusNT in debug mode with the Text Backup enabled it shows it
> loads the users file and then it gives an error:
> Not licensed for Enterprise feature: Failover
The other key to that features is setting the ODBC timeout lower than
the default (15 seconds). For example, I use a timeout of about 3
when I'm testing it. There is an ODBCRetry option as well, that tells
RadiusNT how often to re-try the failed ODBC connection (so that it
try every time, creating an infinite timeout situation.
Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com
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