clients.conf vs rlm_sql table nas

VeNoMouS venom at
Sat Feb 17 04:24:36 CET 2007

But when I had a client in the nas table and I tried to auth, it didn't work
its like it didn't even check in there, are u sure the nas table is used?

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VeNoMouS wrote:
> I was just wondering why we have a nas table in mysql when it doesn't act
> like clients.conf ive tried putting nas details into the nas config with
> any nas's in clients.conf but radius does not start so, what is the nas
> table actually for then?

  Storing client information.

  You need at least one client in clients.conf.  i.e. localhost.  All
others can be in SQL.

  Alan DeKok.
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