Rlm_ippool provides invalid IP
Arlindo F. Neto
lopan.eti at gmail.com
Fri Dec 30 17:16:21 CET 2011
Thanks for you help.
I agree with you, it should not be a problem, but it is! On some
systems, these addresses do not work. Looking for a way to make
the freeradius does not provide addresses in .0 or .255.
2011/12/30 Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com>
> Arlindo F. Neto wrote:
> > When I use a range of addresses greater than one network /24,
> > the ippool provides IP to the client with zero end (eg 192.168.10.0).
> > Is there any configuration to be done to solve this problem?
> It's not a problem. 192.168.10.0 is a valid IP address.
> It's true that many systems *assume* that .0 is invalid. Those
> systems are broken.
> Similarly, .255 is a valid IP address.
> Alan DeKok.
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