(RADIATOR) How to debug ignored Access Request??
hugh at open.com.au
Thu Jun 12 04:14:32 CDT 2003
Hello Erik -
How nice to hear from you - I hope everything is going well.
A trace 4 debug will show you every packet received on both the
authentication and the accounting ports within Radiator, whether they
are ultimately processed or not.
If you are not seeing anything in the Radiator debug, then it is
probably because either the destination IP address and/or UDP port
number is incorrect. You should use a packet sniffer to see what is
going on at the network level on the Radiator host (snoop, tcpdump,
ethereal, whatever ....).
You can also use the Cisco "debug ...." command to see what is
happening with the authentication on the router.
On Thursday, Jun 12, 2003, at 18:31 Australia/Melbourne, Erik Wirring
LE34 Trimble Center Danmark wrote:
> We are currently testing a GPRS connection to our network where the
> Telephone Company sends the data thru a GRE tunnel.
> To control who is allowed to connect and what IP no (Internal IPno)
> they shall use we use the Radiator server.
> We can see from the package and byte count on the Cisco router where
> the tunnel ends that there comes 3 packets with a sum of 522 bytes
> -that looks lige three access-requests but the Radiator doesnot show
> any thing in the debug window.
> Should I be able to see a Access-request from a client not
> configurated or with a wrong shared secret in the debug ??
> Or how do see what these access-request are.
> At the moment the telephone company thinks that the 'monkey' is on my
> side because we can count these three packets comming out of the
> Best Regards
> Erik Wirring
> Chief Software Engineer
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NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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