Hello Bernd,

On Jun 11,  6:15pm, Bernd Strehhuber wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Probs with AccountingHandled
> Hi,
> at my setup each customer group has his own Realm. I use 'RewriteUsername'
> to control this. Now, from time to time (no reboot or anything like
> this is done), my NAS (Livingston PM3) send the following Accounting
> Request out:
>         Acct-Session-Id = "00000000"
>         NAS-IP-Address = <IP-Number>
>         Acct-Status-Type = Start
>         Acct-Delay-Time = 6
>         Timestamp = 929071869
> As you can see, no username is in this request, so my rewriting doesn't work
> and the request doesn't end up in one of my Realms. It is ignored by
> Radiator an die NAS keeps retransmitting.
This looks like a message from the NAS saying it rebooted or restarted.

> Therefor I created a "special Handler":
>         <Handler Acct-Session-Id="00000000">
>             AcctLogFileName %L/stupid.detail
>             AccountingHandled
>         </Handler>
> But Radiator (version 2.13.1) still ignore the Request. Inserting a simple
>             <AuthBy TEST>
>             </AuthBy>
> in the above Realm fixes the Problem. Is this normal? Is there a better
> solution for my problem?

Its a bit hard to say without seeing your configuration file, but it sounds
like a reasonable response. The best solution would be to arrange for such
"realmless" requests to be handled by one of your existing Handlers.

Hope that helps.

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