aland at deployingradius.com
Wed Apr 21 08:43:19 CEST 2010
Jonathan Hutchins wrote:
> Looking carefully through the log, I saw that I had disabled mppe when I was
> testing without the domain (?). Renabled it.
Yes. You broke the configuration by disabling "use_mppe".
You have been sending *many* messages trying to get the server to
work. This is pretty much always a sign that you're trying random
things without thinking them through. It's also a sign that you've gone
and destroyed the configuration so that it doesn't work.
There were *multiple* things you did which broke the server. Each
time, you posted 4-5 messages about how you were trying to fix them, and
how you didn't understand what was going on.
If you had put *less effort* into break the configuration, you would
also have put *less effort* into getting the server to work.
> So I'll reiterate some of the wisdom you've shared with me:
> Start with a clean config.
> Make small changes and RECORD EVERY CHANGE. then test by running freeradius -X
> Read the FAQ and other docs.
> Post the output of the debug run.
See "man radiusd". *THIS IS DOCUMENTED*.
Honestly. I don't see what additional documentation we need to write,
when people won't read the existing docs.
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