radwho question....

Chris Bradshaw cwbshaw at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 16:28:37 CEST 2007


Thanx for the reply.

Firstly, I have just upgraded freeradius to the latest version, but it
didn't make any difference.

I have also looked thru the documentation, and also searched the web
to see if I could find how this might be done. I found a thread on a
similar subject at:


....this looks similar to the issue I am seeing.....one of your
replies to this thread seems particularly relevant:


However, I have tried the suggestions in this reply:

* Enable use_tunneled_reply & copy_request_to_tunnel (I already had
these enabled).

* Have the following in the users file:
DEFAULT FreeRADIUS-Proxied-To ==
        User-Name := `%{User-Name}`

....but it still makes no difference.....radwho still returns
'anonymous' whenever I log in.

Not sure where I can go from here.....

Thanx in advance for any help.


On 03/10/2007, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> Chris Bradshaw wrote:
> > Thanx for the reply. I do have 'use_tunneled_reply = yes' in eap.conf,
> > but I am still seeing the outer identity showing up when I use radwho.
>   As I said, you also have to send the inner tunnel name back in the
> Access-Accept.
> ...
> > Sending Access-Accept of id 7 to
> ...
> >         User-Name = "anonymous"
>   See?  You're telling the NAS to use "anonymous" for the accounting
> logs.  Set the User-Name in the reply for the inner tunnel session, and
> it will be used in the outer session, too.
>   Alan DeKok.
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