freeradius logging question
a.cudbardb at freeradius.org
Fri Mar 20 15:58:28 CET 2015
> On 20 Mar 2015, at 09:57, Alex Sharaz <alex.sharaz at york.ac.uk> wrote:
> In common with (probably) every other freeradius user, my radius.log file shows logging of the form
> Fri Mar 20 13:44:07 2015 : Auth: Login OK: [jah534 at york.ac.uk] (from client arubal2 port 0 cli 78-4B-87-C0-81-97 via TLS tunnel)
> Fri Mar 20 13:44:07 2015 : Auth: Login OK: [@york.ac.uk] (from client arubal2 port 0 cli 78-4B-87-C0-81-97)
> Fri Mar 20 13:44:07 2015 : Auth: Login OK: [6C-F3-7F-C2-15-F0] (from client ce1sw4 port 29 cli 6C-F3-7F-C2-15-F0)
> The above shows a local eduroam user log entry ( outer-tunnel user-name of @york.ac.uk ,inner tunnel username of jah534 at york.ac.uk) and a mac auth entry from a switch.
> From our point of view, the record with jah534 at york.ac.uk is useful.... the @york.ac.uk record isn't.
> Is it possible to selectively disable what appears in the radius.log file ( e.g. modifying sites-enabled/default so that if RADIUS attribute EAP-Message exists don't add an entry to radius.log. This would allow our mac-auths to be logged as well as the TLS tunnel entries (as they are generated in sites-enabled/inner-tunnel) but discard the [@york.ac.uk] entries
No. Use linelog and disable the default auth logging.
Arran Cudbard-Bell <a.cudbardb at freeradius.org>
FreeRADIUS development team
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