Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote: > More weirdness ... > Seems to work fine when I define the host using ipaddr, as opposed to a > hostname.
Hmm... I thought I had documented in "proxy.conf" that "hostname" doesn't work yet. Oh well. ... > What would be really cool is if you made a minor change to the clients > configuration section, so that it mirrored the format > of the home_server declarations. Ok. I'll look at that. I'm also looking at support for in-server templates, similar to what you did with include files. It looks to be about 100 lines of code, and can simplify the configuration a lot. > Which > > a) Keeps everything in a standard format Yes, that's good. > b) Allows you to define certain variables centrally, so that if > something changes such as the top level domain > of a bi directional proxy, you don't have to go hunting through changing > all the entries. Hmm... I *strongly* recommend not using domain names in clients sections or home_server sections. It's a very bad idea. > Though I know this breaks compatibility with 1.1.* , and I don't know > how much your trying to keep compatibility > with 1.1.*. It should be as compatible as possible. But if breaking compatibility has huge advantages, it can be seriously considered. 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