(RADIATOR) Strange problem when upgrading
jeje at jeje.org
Thu Jul 18 05:38:59 CDT 2002
--On Thursday, July 18, 2002 08:33:29 AM +1000 Hugh Irvine
<hugh at open.com.au> wrote:
> Salut Jeje -
> Comment va la vie?
tres bien, merci :)
> The first question is "have you also applied all the patches for 3.1?".
I just did, it seems like it has no effect on my problem.
> The second question is the usual "can you please send me a copy of the
> configuration file (no secrets) together with a trace 4 debug showing
> what is happening?".
> BTW - in what you show below, why don't you use an AuthBy INTERNAL?
I just switched to AuthBy INTERNAL following your advice, and magically,
AddToReply works fine now. Is it normal, or is it a but that it doesn't
work with my AuthBy FILE ?
Do you still want my config file ?
> At 18:25 +0200 17/7/02, Jerome Fleury wrote:
>> When upgrading from 2.19 to. 3.1, I had a strange problem that made
>> me cancel the upgrade.
>> this code (some hidden for security purpose):
>> <Handler Realm=/.*(foobar|adsl).hautdebit/>
>> <AuthBy FILE>
>> # accepte toutes les requetes venant du proxy
>> Filename /dev/null
>> AddToReply \
>> Tunnel-Type=L2TP, \
>> Tunnel-Medium-Type=IP, \
>> Tunnel-Server-Endpoint=22.214.171.124, \
>> Tunnel-Assignment-ID=126.96.36.199, \
>> Tunnel-Server-Auth-ID=LNSTISFT01, \
>> RB-Tunnel-Remote-Name=LNSTISFT01, \
>> Class = "L2FT"
>> used to work in 2.19.
>> when upgrading to 3.1, AddToReply did not work any more and no
>> attributes were sent back during Access-Accept. I saw in Changelog
>> that a lot of code has been rewritten about Reply attributes.
>> Why doesn't this work anymore ? Is there a workaround ?
>> Jerome Fleury
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