eap_ttls not setting 'FreeRADIUS-Proxied-To'

Stefan Paetow Stefan.Paetow at jisc.ac.uk
Wed Jan 13 16:09:02 CET 2016

> Sorry, Apple Mail. Switched to plain text and replies look better in outlook web now. Fixed?


> The reason for having 3 may or may not be good architecture (but here isn’t the place to ask). I might just cut it down to inner and outer, which would make the attribute-forwarding irrelevant.

Yes. That's the most straight-forward. If you want to restrict some attributes to on-campus only, look at the virtual attributes that describe the client that connects to your server... if it's the national proxy, you don't ship some attributes (because you know they won't be needed there). Whether you key off the national proxy's client info, or whether you key off the info of your own home NAS client info, doesn't really matter, as long as it is easily maintained by yourself (or your successor).


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