[RADIATOR] Server Status
mihulko at uwo.ca
Wed Jan 8 15:20:12 UTC 2020
Thanks… when I tried using it before with -trace 4 I did not get a result as well, but adding the -message_authenticator I finally got a response.
Yes… I was attempting to try and hit another one of my servers.
> On Jan 8, 2020, at 10:01 AM, Heikki Vatiainen <hvn at open.com.au> wrote:
> On 07/01/2020 23.03, Michael Hulko wrote:
>> I have enabled ServerStatus at both the Global and Client levels, but when I run the following:
>> radpwtst -noacct -noauth -status -trace -message_authenticator
> Try with '-trace 4'. It looks like the missing value for the trace parameter turns off all debugging.
>> I get the following response:
> This looks fine. Just a couple of notes: the default port and server IP radpwtst uses are not the ones below, so this does not match the command line above. Assuming you have -trace 4 and port and server IP present on the command line, this output looks as expected.
>> sending Status-Request
>> Tue Jan 7 15:46:06 2020: DEBUG: Packet dump:
>> *** Sending to 172.18.58.210 port 1812 ....
>> Code: Status-Server
>> Identifier: 0
>> Authentic: <224><138><247><210><241><165><224><232><13><159><138>%<170><220><134>L
>> Message-Authenticator = ?J<132>9<228>!<221><150><222>m(<31><211><13><229><160>
>> No reply
>> I am not sure what I should see. What am I missing ? I have tried using all variations of options including the server secret for the local client clause.
> Other than missing value for -trace, your radpwtst command looks fine. radpwtst uses 'mysecret' as the default secret and sends the probe to 127.0.0.1 port 1645.
> I would check the server log and see for any log messages. If radpwtst probe comes from an unknown IP, Radiator logs this and replies nothing.
> Wed Jan 8 16:58:46 2020: NOTICE: Request from unknown client 127.0.0.2: ignored
> If client is correct but secret is not, it logs this and replies nothing:
> Wed Jan 8 17:00:16 2020: WARNING: Bad authenticator in request from 127.0.0.1 (127.0.0.1)
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