Hi Richard,

On May 3,  9:15am, Richard Hawley wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Weird error in logs
> Thu Apr 29 00:12:32 1999: WARNING: Malformed request packet: Attribute
> 26 with l
> ength 2: ignored
>
> What does this mean?  It happens a lot.
Its a Vendor-Specific attribute with (apparently) nothing in it. Its causing
Radiator to conclude theres something wrong with the packet and to ignore it.

Can you send me a log file at trace level 5, showing one of these packets? Ill
see if something can be done.

Cheers.



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