How to force users file parsing when returning proxied reply to add per-user AV-Pairs

Gianni Costanzi gianni.costanzi at
Wed Sep 26 12:30:20 CEST 2012

> Gianni Costanzi wrote:
> > I've configured a freeradius server A (version 1.1.3)
>   Upgrade.

We're going to upgrade it in the next few weeks

> > PS: I know that this version may be old, but I can not easily update it
> > at present time.
>   Nonsense.

It's not a nonsense if you start working in a production environment
where hundreds of routers authenticate through radius
and you don't know the product.. Certainly it is nothing impossible,
just it takes a certain amount of time.

>   If you're asking for support on a free forum, use a version which we
> *can* support.  Version 1.1.3 is SIX YEARS OLD.

I've asked since I wanted do some tests now and can't wait to upgrade
the freeradius version.

>   And don't look at the GNU RADIUS manual to see what FreeRADIUS does.
> They are COMPLETELY different products.  GNU RADIUS was started solely
> to have a "GNU" labeled RADIUS server.  It's no longer actively
> developed, and no one uses it.

Thank you.. BTW can you tell me if in the last freeradius versions
when radius A proxies a request to radius B and it receives a response
from B, should radius A scan its own users file to append AV-Pairs to
the response?

>   Alan DeKok.
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