Lost package after use FreeRadius

Robin freeradius at itpm.net
Mon Nov 22 05:01:38 CET 2010


About address/ip pool/pppoe users setting & configuration, I had used these
profiles to a small area network (PPPoE, LAN network) successfully. Under
the circumstances, I met the problem too. After I changed line from user
house to my switch, it's ok. 

Now I'm using FreeRadius with same configuration in other small area network
(PPPoE, DSL network). Even if I changed telephone line from user house to my
DSL concentrator, these issues of lost package still is exist. At this time,
I find one of reason of user offline is "lost-Carrier" in FreeRadius radacct



-----Original Message-----
From: freeradius-users-bounces+freeradius=itpm.net at lists.freeradius.org
[mailto:freeradius-users-bounces+freeradius=itpm.net at lists.freeradius.org]
On Behalf Of Marinko Tarlac
Sent: Saturday, November 20, 2010 5:23 PM
To: FreeRadius users mailing list
Subject: Re: Lost package after use FreeRadius

Strange situation but you should check default profile which is set on 
Mtik. It should contain valid DNS server(s), valid Local Address, valid 
Remote Address (ip pool for pppoe users) and that pool must exist on 
Mtik (IP -> Pool). Of course, all addresses which you have in ip pools 
must be properly routed.

On 11/19/2010 5:00 PM, Robin wrote:
> Dear Freeradius,
> At first, I use RouterOS(Mikrotik) as pppoe server and radius server. 
> Now I use RouterOS as pppoe server and user FreeRadius as radius server.
> After changing as above, we find some pppoe users can dial up 
> successfully via freeradius, but their internet transportation will 
> lost package even can’t visit any website.
> I would like to know, how to explain the situation? What am I supposed 
> to solve this problem?
> P.S
> When I change RouterOS to pppoe and radius server again (disable 
> freeradius), it will all be ok.
> Thank you very much.
> Robin Lu
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