alan.buxey at gmail.com
Mon Sep 11 14:44:37 CEST 2017
" I asked our neighboring University if I
could forward requests matching a certain pattern directly to them and
Good. At least they are doing something right. That request would break
eduroam UK policy
On 9 Sep 2017 9:23 pm, "Dale Lloyd" <dale.lloyd at gmail.com> wrote:
> > It's better to fix a problem than to add work-arounds.
> I agree, but I don't think that they will fix the problem.
> > You can configure the packet to get forwarded.
> Yes, I am now able to forward the packet, thanks to your suggestion,
> but I can only forward packets to the UK RADIUS Proxy Servers, and
> those servers won't know where to forward the packet if the domain is
> not included in the username. I asked our neighboring University if I
> could forward requests matching a certain pattern directly to them and
> they declined.
> I also tried both updating the User-Name and setting the
> Proxy-To-Realm, but the request gets denied by the remote RADIUS
> server, probably because by updating the User-Name, I am breaking EAP?
> Am I missing something, or is my work-around not possible?
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