Check out http://www.data-point.com/products/isp/
IMHO, it is by far the best package out there. From an interface point of
view it is easily the best. And moving from Quickbooks is a snap, just
click on the fields you want to convert. Also, the revisions are constant
so if there's a feature you need it will probably end up in the next
version (although it does just about everything, including manage a
WuakeII server!). I've seen some packages that haven't been upgraded in
months and as we know, our businesses are not that static :-)
On Thu, 18 Feb 1999, Internet 2xtreme wrote:
> We too came up the same path that you did. We started out with just
> plain quickbooks. Once we cleared 1200 customers, that was not
> usable any more. Then we went with a billing program offered by our
> Credit Card processing company called webbiller. That was not good at
> all. After a year of that, we finally got going on platypus. We love it.
> We looked at emerald, but felt that was a work in progress. We also
> looked at the literature on rodopi and ISPgold. Platypus looked better,
> so we got it. It wasn't until a year after having platypus that we got
> radiator. That was a nice complement to platypus. We know of one
> other ISP in our area using platypus as well.
> John Kicklighter
> Internet 2xtreme
> From: "Leigh Sandy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Recommendations for ISP Billing System
> Date sent: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 16:54:18 -0500
> > We are in the process of evaluating a billing system for our office. We currently
>have about 2000 dial-up customers and are transitioning from Livingston Radius to
>Radiator. Our current billing system is QuickBooks Pro and it is really a pain. Any
>comments on Rodopi? Platypus? Emerald? Do
> any of them build the server with all the software preinstalled and configured? We
>need something that won't take much of our time to configure.
> > Leigh
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Kevin Wormington
> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Sent: Thursday, February 18, 1999 11:30 AM
> > Subject: (RADIATOR) SQL with failover to flat file
> > Hi all,
> > I am using v2.13 with a modified AuthPLATYPUS going against MSSQL 6.5. I would
>like to set radiator up to try authenticating from AuthPLATYPUS and if the SQL server
>is down then attempt authenticating from a flat users file, this would allow my
>remote radius servers to authenticate if there
> was an sql server failure or a leased-line was down. Is this possible and would
>there be a delay on each auth if the sql server were down or would it get marked as
>down until it came back up?
> > Thanks,
> > Kevin
> > Sofnet, Inc.
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