post-auth problem after update from 2.0.4 to 2.1.10
gk at ax.tc
Mon Apr 16 22:00:03 CEST 2012
Am 16.04.2012 21:22, schrieb Alan DeKok:
> Gerald Krause wrote:
>> after upgrading our server from 2.0.4 to 2.1.10
> Please use 2.1.12. It's better.
I'll check that suggestion. In the moment this is a plain "apt-get
install/update/upgrade" Debian box that comes with 2.1.10 (don't blame
me...) but maybe I'am going to install freeradius from scratch somewhat
>> we see a change in the
>> auth logic - e.g. when processing proxied requests to a home server and
>> their replies. We need this feature to append some special attributes to
>> the accept-packet from the home server before sending it to the NAS.
> Yes. The "post-proxy authorize" functionality has been removed. It
> was horrible and unnecessary.
>> users file:
>> DEFAULT User-Name =~ "test at foo"
>> MS-Primary-DNS-Server = "192.168.203.6",
>> MS-Secondary-DNS-Server = "192.168.203.1",
>> MS-Primary-NBNS-Server = "192.168.203.6"
> You can just list "files.authorize" in the "post-proxy" section. It
> will run the "users" file, add those attributes.
Great, that did the trick for me!
Thank you Alan,
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