If you are upgrading from Novell BorderManagerTM Authentication Service 3.5 or 3.6 to Novell RADIUS Services, you can use the utility RADMIG.NLM to migrate your configuration information from your BorderManager Authentication Service 3.5 or 3.6 server into NDS®.
RADMIG.NLM migrates the shared secret for clients, and the shared secrets for proxy domains, and stores them in NMAS. It also takes the user's DAS password and converts it to a simple password stored in the user's object. The DAS password is converted to a simple password because a simple password is the only method that supports the CHAP protocol.
IMPORTANT: This utility will migrate the information from BMAS 3.5 or 3.6 to NDS, but once the information has been modified using ConsoleOne, the BMAS server will no longer be useful.
To migrate your configuration information from BMAS 3.5 or 3.6 to NMAS:
Load RADMIG.NLM on your RADIUS Server.
Enter the BMAS 3.5 Dial Access System object you need to upgrade by typing in the object's full distinguished name without a preceding period.
Enter the NDS password for the Dial Access System object. This unwraps the Dial Access System object's private key.
Select Yes to migrate your users' Dial Access System passwords to corresponding simple passwords in NDS.
Press Enter to search the entire NDS tree for users with a Dial Access System password, or you can search for users in a specific container by typing in the context of a specific container and pressing Enter.
The migration utility runs and migrates the passwords. You can view the changes made by the migration utility by looking at the SYS:\ETC\RADIUS\DEBUG\RADMIG.LOG file.