On Mar 28, 2007, at 11:28 AM, Alan DeKok wrote: > Brad Lachel wrote: >> I am trying to create a log that tell me who attempted to login, >> when, where and what the result was. I have uncommented the auth_log >> line and the reply_log line as well as the detail auth_log and detail >> reply_log sections. When I start up radius, it appears that both the >> auth_log and reply log are activated as they both appear correctly in >> the instantiated section of the startup process. When an attempt is >> made to login, the authentication is logged, but the reply is not. >> What am I missing? > > Run it in debug mode, and see if it calls the "reply_log" module.
When the detail module is loaded, the auth_log appears to get loaded, but the reply_log does not. > >> I will admit that I am not real comfortable in deciphering the how- >> to's and config files associated with freeradius, but I think that I >> have done what I need to in order to get what I am looking for. > > The documentation is clear... sometimes. That's why I'm writing the > book. I don't think the book will cover everything, but maybe the > second edition will do that. :) It is probably due more to my like of knowledge in this area. Working for a school district, I wear too many hats, so I can do a lot of things, but sometimes my understanding of what I am doing leaves a little to be desired. > >> freeradius is being used to authenticate users to wireless access >> points, the ideal log would look something like this: >> >> MAC time WAP IP result > > In the CVS head (what will be 2.0), you can easily create that > format > with the "line_log" module. In 1.1.5, it's problematic.. > > The good news is that I've made major progress today, which shortens > the 2.0 time frame. > > Alan DeKok. > -- > http://deployingradius.com - The web site of the book > http://deployingradius.com/blog/ - The blog > - > List info/subscribe/unsubscribe? See http://www.freeradius.org/list/ > users.html ----------------------------- All e-mail to and from this address is subject to the Acceptable Use Policies of Community High School District #155. All e-mail may be monitored and/or disclosed to third parties. Any views or opinions presented in an e-mail are solely those of the author and may not represent those of Community High School District #155. Community High School District #155 http://www.d155.org - List info/subscribe/unsubscribe? See http://www.freeradius.org/list/users.html