Semantics of !~ operator

Stefan Paetow Stefan.Paetow at
Tue Apr 28 17:25:26 CEST 2015

> Do you need me to test it with Called-Station-SSID as well to verify
> that this syntax works unlike the other?


Alan and Arran always request the *full* output of 'radiusd -X' for a good reason... just copying and pasting what you might consider relevant is not always necessarily what they need to diagnose whether this is a bug or not. 

So, suggestion is:

1. Run one radiusd -X output with the standard Called-Station-SSID that you believe does not work. 

2. Run one radiusd -X output with your policy that you say works. 

Post both (and that includes *everything* from the version line at the top of the initial output to the return of the final Access-Accept or Access-Reject). 

If there are any passwords, radiusd -X usually removes them, but you might wish to grep for any passwords you know you are using and replace them with '<< password >>' or similar. 

That way Alan can look at your configuration and check whether something's wrong, and where he may need to start looking.

With Regards

Stefan Paetow
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