> You don't need an LPO to run BMAS. You probably need to do two
things:
>
> 1) Get the latest ADM.NLM. You can find it at this link:
> http://support.novell.com/servlet/tidfinder/2963216
>
> 2) Create a login rule for your DAS object. You can do this in

NWAdmin by
> displaying the details of your LPO, then clicking the RULES button.

You
will
> need to create a rule for your Dial Access System (DAS) object. The

rule
> specifies which users are allowed to log in using the specified DAS,

and
> what login method they will use. Note that once you make a change to

your
> login rules, you should reload ADM.NLM.
>
> To answer your other question, you can get debug information out of


RADIUS
> by entering the following commands at the server console while

RADIUS is
> loaded:
>
> RADIUS debug on
> RADIUS debuglog on
>
> The first command will create an additional server console screen

for
RADIUS
> debug information. The second command will write the same debug

information
> to sys:\etc\radius\debug\raddbg.log. However, becasue the error you

are
> getting is coming from ADM.NLM and not RADIUS.NLM, the RADIUS debug

log
is
> not likely to provide you with any useful information on this

problem.
>
> <lyle@lcrcomputer.com> wrote in message
> news:EnUW9.24819$xv3.692@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> > I have a semi-working radius on a NW5.1 server with BM3.6ee. I am


having
> > problems with it.
> >
> > The objective is to get RADIUS authentication working with

Wolverine(a
> > Linux based vpn server). To get started, I installed FreeRADIUS

on a
> linux
> > box as it includes radtest. This is a radius client test program

to
query
> > a radius server.
> >
> > The radtest program does query the BM radius server and I see the


querys
> > appear on the radius screen. However I have not gotten a

sucessfull
> > authentication. The closest I have gotten is 'unable to locate
> > authentication rule'.
> >
> > I have created an LPO object and gave the BM server rights to that


object.
> >
> > I have searched the knowledge base here and cann't seem to find a

good
> > answer.
> >
> > Looking for suggestions.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Lyle

>
>

I receive an error whenever I try to add a rule to the existing LPO.
It
is the following:

ADMSNAP

Error (-672) occurred unexpectedly.

How can I remedy this one?

Thanks,

Raul De La Garza III
CCNP CCDP MCSE SNE