Service-Type: Outbound vs. Outbound-User
gk at ax.tc
Fri Jul 8 23:44:03 CEST 2005
Am Freitag, 8. Juli 2005 22:37 schrieb Alan DeKok:
> Gerald Krause <gk at ax.tc> wrote:
> > according to rfc2865 value 5 of attr 6 should be named "Outbound" and
> > not "Outbound-User" (if i have read the rfc well) and that causes all
> > my dial-out's fail after installing v1.0.4 because all users where
> > configured with "Outbound". even though fixing was dead easy - have i
> > misunderstood the rfc?
> No. But the names are essentially irrelevant.
yes, i know.
> You didn't say what you upgraded from (or if you upgraded), or if
> you just typed in "outbound" from the RFC's.
we have only cisco NAS's in production and all the examples on cisco.com
since using freeradius (from 0.4 or so, livingston/cistron before) i
remember that i stumbled on this more then once (after every upgrade?) but
asking now the first time about some basics:
i know i can easily change all my "outbound" values into "outbound-user" in
order to make further upgrades simpler but i wonder if it would make sense
to change the default value in the dictionary or include "outbound" in
dictionary.cisco (even it looks not cisco specific because the rfc tells
but i'am in doubt because i saw nobody else with this 'problem' (yea, maybe
because it is not really one). are they all using "outbound-user" from
beginning? do they all edit the dictionary? or nobody runs dial-out? hm,
sounds more philosophic ;) ...anyway, that was my impulse to ask.
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