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Radius: No Password error
Problem Summary:

In the Event Viewer or VOP Radius Error log file, the following error displays :

"No Password"



 The error means that the Network Access Server (NAS) did not send the Password attribute (2) in the Access Request packet. That is, the NAS for whatever reason did not include this attribute when creating the packet. This may be a signal of a NAS problem or a configuration problem in the case that all packets sent by the NAS generate this error. The Password attribute is required in order to complete the authentication. Whenever this attribute is not present, VOP Radius generates the error and does not continue with the authentication process.



 The problem can only be resolved on the NAS (i.e. the device generating and sending packets to the Radius server). However, the Administrator may want to stop the error message from filling the Event Viewer. This can be done in 4.0 228 Update27 and higher by un-checking "Windows Event Viewer" under the "Log Tracking" Tab.


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Modified 2/22/2005
Article ID: 1143