(RADIATOR) Breezecom Radius Clients
hugh at open.com.au
Sun Jul 7 02:32:01 CDT 2002
Hello Philip -
As long as you have a Client clause for the device, you shouldn't need to do
anything special. If you are using an already existing Realm or Handler with
an AuthBy SQL clause, the accounting will be handled automatically.
If you have any further questions, please send me a copy of your configuration
file (no secrets) together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening and
a clear description of your requirements.
On Sun, 7 Jul 2002 09:22, Philip Clever wrote:
> We are running Radiator 2.17.1 and are trying to get acounting data from
> our breezecom wireless radios (They have a built in Radius client). I've
> read throught the breezecom and radiator manual and am not quite sure how
> to ge the accounting data into our database. I have a radio pointed at the
> server with the correct port, and I have a <client x.x.x.x> statement setup
> in the config file. What else do I need? I think I might need a special
> handler of some sort but I'm not sure, my brain is moosh at this point.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Philip Clever
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