About copy-acct-to-home-server

Tiago sytker at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 01:28:05 CEST 2014

Alan, I did following your suggestion before I sent the mail to the list,
but those are the exact files which came on ubuntu 12.04 freeradius

The difference was:
type = auth+acct at home_server localhost definition that came with
type=auth only. And the realm NULL which I uncommented and changed.

I tried to use type=acct but resulted in error, so it's not massively
edited by me.

Sorry for the confusion. Maybe I should read the files which come with the
"source" tarball, is this the best way to do that?

2014-09-17 18:54 GMT-03:00 Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com>:

> Tiago wrote:
> > Hello Alan,
> > I'm not sure if I should paste here or using a paste.bin site.
> >
> > Here are my config files:
>   I don't need to see that.
> > My "copy-acct-to-home-server" file is:
>   Massively edited.
> > When you said to "Configure it to write only accounting packets to the
> > detail file."  Where should I do that? I couldn't understand how it
> > works, so I'm lost to configure it.
>   If you don't understand how it works, don't do massive edits on the
> configuration files.
>   Start with the default configuration.  IT WORKS.
>   Change one thing, and test it.  If it works, save a copy of the
> configuration, and change something else.
>   If it doesn't work, debug the problem before editing anything else.
>   This shouldn't be difficult.  You have a detail file which has
> Access-Request packets in it.  This is wrong.  YOU CHANGED IT.  So...
> you should know what you changed.
>   If you don't know what you changed, you will never be able to debug
> anything.
>   But it should be simple... you have the debug output.  READ IT.
>   See which module it's running when it writes Access-Request packets to
> the detail file.  Then, edit the configuration so that it doesn't write
> Access-Request packets to the detail file.
>   Alan DeKok.
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