Logging reply-detail only produces single line of output

Robert White rwhite at globalgossip.net
Thu Nov 25 06:57:22 CET 2010

OK so I used TCPDUMP and it seems that the log is not incorrect... Radius is
only sending the access-accept and nothing else.  It should be sending other
attributes but it is not.  However, the attributes are included in my main
dictionary file (dictionary.wisp and dictionary.chillispot) - that should be
it shouldn't it?

Rob White
IT Manager, Core Infrastructure & Systems Development
Global Gossip

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Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Australia

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email: rwhite at globalgossip.net


On 25 November 2010 11:41, Robert White <rwhite at globalgossip.net> wrote:

> I want to log all replies from Radius to my NAS so I edited my
> sites-enabled file and uncommented 'reply_log'.  I then went to
> modules/detail and added:
> detail reply_log {
>         detailfile = ${radacctdir}/%{Client-IP-Address}/reply-detail-%Y%m%d
>         detailperm = 0600
> }
> Now if i go to my log directory I do see reply-detail-%Y%m%d files created
> however the content is not what I expected.  Rather than outputting all the
> attributes of the reply, all i see is:
> Thu Nov 25 02:11:29 2010
>         Packet-Type = Access-Accept
> Thu Nov 25 08:29:22 2010
>         Packet-Type = Access-Accept
> How can I change the behavior to log all reply attributes?
> Thanks,
> Rob White


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