Re: [RadiusNT] .209 and VSA
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Sun, 09 Jan 2000 11:02:29 -0800
Herman verschooten wrote:
> I must be doing something wrong, because VSA's do not seem to work for
> me. Is there a switch somewhere you have to turn on to make them work?
> I have the RadAttributes-table with an entry for our Cisco AS5300.
> Attribute 26, Vendor 9, VendorType 1, String. What I get back in the
> accounting-record is what you can find below. It's the output of an
> adapted version of the perl radlogin-script. The values are just for
> testing. If you look at the packet, you'll see that it does send back
> the attribute 26 (1a), the length 12 (c), the vendor 9, but no data...
> The radius-specs say it should contain
> attr: name (6) =User-Service value=Framed-User
> attr: name (7) =Framed-Protocol value=Xylogics
> attr: name (10) =Framed-Routing value=Broadcast-Listen
> attr: name (12) =Framed-MTU value=1500
> attr: name (13) =Framed-Compression value=Van-Jacobsen-TCP-IP
> attr: name (18) =Reply-Message value=test
> attr: name (26) =Vendor-Specific value=
What does your RadConfigs/RadATConfigs table look like? Are you
using the data column, and not the value column? Attrib #26 is
a string, therefore, you should be using the data column. I'm
guessing that you put the info in the value column, and left
the data column empty (therefore its sending an empty string).
Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com
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