Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote: ... > Assertion failed in event.c, line 669 Hmm... OK.
> Happens after all the home servers have been marked as dead, and you > have an incoming request... though could be when it's firing off a ping > check event. > Either way it's repeatable, and *only* happens when all home servers are > dead. It's a good test case. > Also little one with access-reject when home server fails to respond. > Not sent through access reject filter, though that's probably because it > never passes through post-auth. Yes. It should really run "post-proxy-type = FAIL", or something like that, followed by the access reject filter. Right now, the goal is to add the new features, make them stable, and then touch it up around the edges. > and finally, how do you define a binding for the snmp module.... it's > on, but I never explicitly bound it to anywhere :| snmp.conf FreeRADIUS connects to the SNMP daemon, and there's little else to configure. > unlike auth/acct that are bound with listen sections. Seems like there > may be a need for a small extension to listen sections > to allow type snmp . No. FreeRADIUS isn't an SNMP server. It *registers* itself with an SNMP server, and the SNMP server calls FreeRADIUS whenever something needs to get done. 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