On Jul 28,  1:03pm, Greg Kornatowsky wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Framed IP Address not returned from Radiator
> We debugged our Cisco 5200 and determined that the radius server is not
> giving the access server the Framed Address attribute.  We are
> authenticating off a database.  We are currently using Platypus for our
> accounting software.  We are running Radiator 2.12.1and Microsoft SQL
> Server.  Below is the default realm from our radius config file.  My problem
> is we want to give some users a static IP Address, but it will not work.
> What is the problem here?  Can you tell me what the SQL call Radiator makes
> to our database, so we can run it locally to make sure it is getting the
> framed IP address.

All you have to do is to use the Platypus radius setup menu, and add a
Framed-IP-Address reply item for the user you are interested in. Radiator will
automatically find it when the user is authenticated.


> Greg Kornatowsky
> ZooLink
> <Realm DEFAULT>
>         RewriteUsername tr/[A-Z]/[a-z]/
>         MaxSessions     1
>         AcctLogFileName %L/detail
>         PasswordLogFileName %L/password.log
>         <AuthBy EMERALD>
>                 # Change DBSource, DBUsername, DBAuth for your database
>                 # See the reference manual
>                 DBSource        dbi:Sybase:SQLSERVER1
>                 DBUsername      platuser
>                 DBAuth          XXXXXX
>                 # You can add to or change these if you want.
>                 AccountingTable Calls
>                 AcctColumnDef   UserName,User-Name
>                 AcctColumnDef   CallDate,Timestamp,integer-date
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctStatusType,Acct-Status-Type,integer
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctDelayTime,Acct-Delay-Time,integer
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctInputOctets,Acct-Input-Octets,integer
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctOutputOctets,Acct-Output-Octets,integer
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctSessionId,Acct-Session-Id
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctSessionTime,Acct-Session-Time,integer
>                 AcctColumnDef   AcctTerminateCause,Acct_Terminate-Cause
>                 AcctColumnDef   NASIdentifier,NAS-Identifier
>                 AcctColumnDef   NASIdentifier,NAS-IP-Address
>                 AcctColumnDef   NASPort,NAS-Port,integer
>                 # You can use this to force Radiator to limit
>                 # maximum session times to how many minutes
>                 # are left in subaccounts.timeleft
>                 TimeBanking
>         </AuthBy>
> </Realm>
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