On 8.8.2017 12.36, Karl Gaissmaier wrote:

nothing has changed at the upstream since I upgraded yesterday, here you see it after I switched back to 4.17:


Tue Aug  8 09:07:43 2017 099341: DEBUG: Packet dump:
*** Received from 193.174.XX.YY port 33333 ....
Code:       Status-Server
Identifier: 0
Authentic: <230>)t<226><6><166><174><232><20>$<9>O<184>vfB
Attributes:
Message-Authenticator = b<165><188><140>C<231><209><15>\<160>c<205><174><242>=<6>
Tue Aug  8 09:07:43 2017 099988: DEBUG: Packet dump:


*** Sending reply to RadSec 193.174.75.134:33333 ....
Code:       Access-Accept
Identifier: 0
Authentic: <230>)t<226><6><166><174><232><20>$<9>O<184>vfB
Attributes:
     Reply-Message = "Radiator Radius server version 4.17"
     Reply-Message = "Running on mizar since Tue Aug  8 09:05:44 2017"

With 4.18 and later there will also be Message-Authenticator in the reply. This should be fine if the receiver respects RFC 5597 which allows Reply-Message and Message-Authenticator in Access-Accepts.

I'd say this is the main change between 4.17 and the latest version.

Please let us know about your findings.
Heikki

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