Hi all,

We are using Radiator 2.13.1 with patches over NT 4.0 SP3 and PM3
with radpwtst it works.

1- We want to know the users file configuration that we need to give a
dinamic IP ( We know that we can give an IP depending of the PORT). ( Using
PM3 client)
I have the dictionay.livingston file with  all the ATTRIBUTE and VALUE

I do not want to use the livingston users file. I want to define a new users
file with the users profile ( IP assignement...).

Could you send us a users file with this configuration?

Someting like this:

mikem4  Password = "fred"
        Service-Type = Framed-User,
        Framed-Protocol = PPP,
        Framed-IP-Netmask =,
        Framed-Routing = None,
        Framed-MTU = 1500,
        Framed-Compression = Van-Jacobson-TCP-IP

2- My radius.cfg is:


#  log (detail, radius.pid, password.log, ...)

LogDir          ./rad/log

#  usuarios ( users, dictionary, ...)

DbDir           ./rad/bd

DictionaryFile  %D/dictionary.livingston

# You will probably want to change this to suit your site.

<Client localhostT>
        Secret  mysecret
# base IP 
#  Ej port=5     
# for PM3

        Secret  mysecret
        DupInterval 0

# others

<Client DEFAULT>
        Secret  mysecret

        MaxSessions     1
        PasswordLogFileName     %L/password.log
        <AuthBy FILE>
                Filename %D/users
        # Log accounting to the detail file in LogDir
        AcctLogFileName %L/detail
        AcctLogFileFormat %User-Name %Acct-Status-Type %Acct-Session-Id
        WtmpFileName %L/wtmp

I am using dictionary.livingston to access ATTRIBUTEs and VALUEs.
Is all right? 

3- I have problems with AcctLogFileFormat %User-Name %Acct-Status-Type
I can not write all what I want into the detail file.
Only that when fred authentication


fredser-Name %Acct-Status-Type %Acct-Session-Id
fredser-Name %Acct-Status-Type %Acct-Session-Id
fredser-Name %Acct-Status-Type %Acct-Session-Id
fredser-Name %Acct-Status-Type %Acct-Session-Id

I am using ATTRIBUTEs defined into dictionary.livingston file.
What is the right format?

4-If you have experience with Radiator and PM3, please let me know if you
could help me.

Thank you for all your help and time.

Best regards,

Fernando Martin 

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