Fw: Discard duplicate requests if received within a specified period
ranil.santhish at gmail.com
Fri May 2 18:33:59 CEST 2008
On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 6:17 PM, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> rsg wrote:
> > They are not on the same LAN. This delay is induced by SQL based IP assignment.
> > Specially when around 30 concurrent Auth queries are made, the
> > accounting response (Start) takes about 30 seconds (Delayed by New
> > Auth requests) to reach NAS leading to the ultimate Auth failures.
> Huh? You're saying that the NAS rejects the user because it can't
> send an Accounting-Request packet? That's broken.
No, NAS doesn't receive the Accounting-Response from AAA in time.
> > Could Accouting-Responses be prioritized over New Auth-queries?
> (1) Your SQL server seems to have problems. 32 queries/s isn't a lot.
> (2) Your NAS seems to have problems. Users should NOT be rejected
> because it doesn't get an accounting response packet
> (3) Even if it *did* prioritize accounting responses, all you would be
> doing is trading off rejecting one user for rejecting another user.
> Something is broken in your system. It's not FreeRADIUS.
Thanks. Will have a closer look into the SQL first..
> Alan DeKok.
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