Acct-Status-Type attribute

tnt at tnt at
Wed Oct 3 23:42:28 CEST 2007

That packet is used to gain access. It has nothing to do with accounting.
Accounting works much better when you have (only) accounting packets to
work with. Use detail not detail-combined.

Ivan Kalik
Kalik Informatika ISP

Dana 3/10/2007, "Walter Gould" <gouldwp at> piše:

>I am running freeradius-1.1.3.  I am using freeradius to authenticate
>users logging into Cisco switches and routers.  I am trying to use
>radrelay to send the radius accounting data to our syslog server.  When
>I run radrelay in debug mode, it gives this error:
>Record Rate since startup: 42.57
>Packet Rate since startup: 0.00
>read_one: No Acct-Status-Type attribute present. Rejecting record.
>read_one: No Acct-Status-Type attribute present. Rejecting record.
>radrelay: Running and Processing Records.
>Seconds since startup: 7
>Records Read: 299
>Packets Sent: 0
>When I check the contents of the /var/log/radius/radacct/detail-combined
>file, it contains the following attributes:
>Packet-Type = Access-Request
>Wed Oct  3 15:36:02 2007
>        NAS-IP-Address =
>        NAS-Port = 1
>        NAS-Port-Type = Virtual
>        User-Name = "testuser"
>        Calling-Station-Id = ""
>        Client-IP-Address =
>Is it possible to have the Acct-Status-Type attribute included in the
>Access Request that is logged to the
>/var/log/radius/radacct/detail-combined file?  If so - how would I go
>about achieving this?
>I have checked the /etc/raddb/dictionary and related files (in
>/usr/share/freeradius/) and see the Acct-Status-Type attribute listed,
>but am not sure why it is not being included in the above accounting
>Thanks in advance,
>Walter Gould
>Auburn University
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