(RADIATOR) Using Orinoco AP200 and AP2500 for prepaid wireless service together with Radiator
hugh at open.com.au
Sat Feb 14 00:26:08 CST 2004
Hello Ganbold -
The main thing to check with any wireless equipment in this sort of
environment is the correct generation of accounting requests, without
which you cannot do prepaid at all. There has been some discussion on
this topic on the mailing list.
On 14 Feb 2004, at 16:35, Ganbold wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are planning to use Orinoco AP2000, AP2500 and Cisco Aironet 350
> access points for wireless prepaid service together with Radiator.
> Is there anybody in list who has experience using these access points
> with Radiator for wireless prepaid service?
> I appreciate any considerations and recommendations regarding issues
> and problems using these products.
> I hope somebody in this list point me to the right direction.
> thanks in advance,
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NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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