New attribute on old freeradius server
sytker at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 04:16:43 CEST 2012
Since my last message, I've created a new attribute on a old
freeradius server (ver 1.x) and it worked perfectly. Now I've migrated
to freeradius 2.x and I need to put the same old attributes on
However, per Alan instructions I should use attr 3000,... and reading
the dictionary file it says:
# If you want to add entries to the dictionary file,
# which are NOT going to be placed in a RADIUS packet,
# add them here. The numbers you pick should be between
# 3000 and 4000.
I think its not my case, because I'll need to get these attributes on
my NAS (rp-pppoe server) and with it set Down/Up rates to my customer.
Am I right? If yes, so which number should I use?
By the way, I'm setting the same attr on freeradius and NAS server.
Thanks in advance.
2012/8/2 Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com>:
> Tiago wrote:
>> I'm trying to implement an new radreply attribute on an old freeradius
>> 1.x production server that should be replaced on the next days.
>> I've set a user attribute on my mysql database - table radreply like:
>> Shape = 1
>> I've added that new attribute on my dictionary file
>> /etc/freeradius/dictionary (ubuntu server) like:
>> ATTRIBUTE Shape 86 integer
> No. Attribute 86 is already defined. Don't use it.
> Use 3000 instead. This is documented in newer versions of the server.
>> I'm doing some radtests and I'm getting this:
>> Thu Aug 2 14:43:49 2012 : Error: rlm_sql: Failed to create the pair:
>> Unknown attribute "Shape"
>> Thu Aug 2 14:43:49 2012 : Error: rlm_sql (sql): Error getting data
>> from database
>> Thu Aug 2 14:43:49 2012 : Auth: Login OK: [user] (from client pppoe02 port 0)
>> Where else should I look for?
> Well... the server isn't reading the dictionary file you edited.
> Alan DeKok.
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