[RADIATOR] confusing auth rejections
hugh at open.com.au
Thu Oct 12 06:33:25 UTC 2017
Hello Eric -
Without seeing your configuration file it is difficult to say exactly, however it looks like you have a default Handler with an AuthBy INTERNAL clause which rejects the request.
> On 12 Oct 2017, at 03:57, Eric W. Bates <ericx at whoi.edu> wrote:
> Some, not all, of my authentications are failing and I'm confused. Can
> someone help me parse the log messages below?
> When is AuthINTERNAL invoked?
> And is Handler '' something to worry about?
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 946233: DEBUG: Rewrote user name to
> stuff at nonsense.com
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 947122: DEBUG: Packet dump:
> *** Received from 172.27.8.5 port 46915 ....
> Code: Access-Request
> Identifier: 107
> Authentic: < ... >
> User-Name = "stuff at nonsense.com"
> User-Password = < ... >
> NAS-IP-Address = 172.27.8.5
> NAS-Port = 8
> NAS-Port-Type = Virtual
> cisco-avpair = "coa-push=true"
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 949439: DEBUG: Handling request with Handler
> '', Identifier 'DefaultHandler'
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 949843: DEBUG: Handling with AuthINTERNAL:
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 950062: DEBUG: AuthBy INTERNAL result: REJECT,
> Fixed by AuthResult
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 950264: INFO: Access rejected for
> stuff at nonsense.com: Fixed by AuthResult
> Wed Oct 11 08:39:55 2017 951000: DEBUG: do query to
> 'dbi:mysql:radmin:radminsql.whoinet.whoi.edu': 'insert into RADAUTHLOG
> (TIME_STAMP, USERNAME, TYPE, REASON, CALLERID) values (1507725595,
> 'stuff at nonsense.com', 0, 'Fixed by AuthResult', '')':
> Thanks for your time.
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