> No, no secrets are in use. The servers table in the database
> does not contain a secret, the NAS does not have a secret, the
> clients and servers files do not contain secrets and Radadmn
> is not use secrets.
Then put them in. I have no idea what would happen if you tried
to use no secrets. I don't even know if its detailed in the
RFC how to handle this. You should always have matching secrets
defined for everything.
As a secondary though. SQL Server doesn't support a zero length string,
so the secret is a single space (since I believe it doesn't allow
NULL). On your NAS, a blank secret is most likely truely a zero
length string. Those are NON-MATCHING secrets.
Dale E. Reed Jr. (email@example.com)
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