I have altered a running Radiator instance to talk to the MySQL database via 
the network it was previous on the same box (no issues). The handler has been 
altered from dbi:mysql:Radiator to dbi:ODBC:Radiator

When testing using radpwtst I get Access-Reject when a replyattr is greater 
than 81 character, if I shorten the replyattr of the same user to 81 characters 
I get Access-Accept

A tcpdump has proved that the whole replyattr is being received, isql also 
receives the whole replyatti when used to query table.

I am getting the same behaviour on a the below boxes, the perl and unixodbc 
vary per distribution
RHEL Radiator 4.17
RHEL Radiator 4.19
Ubuntu Radiator 4.19

Any guidance appreciated


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