hugh at open.com.au
Mon Feb 16 00:19:50 CST 2004
Hello Deen -
You can either run another instance of Radiator on the accounting
server and proxy the accounting requests there, or you can use an SQL
database and configure both Radiator hosts to write to the same
Radar is a monitoring tool designed for use in a network operations
You can use the AuthLog clause to log authentication results for help
See sections 6.53 and 6.54 in the Radiator 3.8 reference manual.
On 16 Feb 2004, at 02:42, Deen wrote:
> I am trying to configure a scenario where I have two radius servers
> (radiator), sharing the load between the NAS'es. I want the radius
> to write all accounting requests to another server, which is dedicated
> logging CDR records. How do I do this action in radiator.
> Also, does the radar software provide user level
> details, as I find radiator logs too overwhelming for the first level
> desk support.
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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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