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julian_st at gmx.de
Mon Feb 4 17:25:17 CET 2008
oh yes, it's my mac ^^ I didn't recognized that.. So I have to change
my question to "Why is the mac adress saved in the 'radacct' table?"
And you're right, I'm using an Apple airport client, but my access
points are Ciscos
Am 04.02.2008 um 17:12 schrieb Arran Cudbard-Bell:
> Julian Stöver wrote:
>> I worked my radacct problem today. I fixed the most problems, so
>> now I get all informations stored in my 'radacct'-table. But the
>> username is saved encrypted in the database, something like
>> '001e528015c6' for username 'julian'.
> Hmmm you know that username looks an awful lot like a mac address.
> Are you by any chance using either an apple airport as a base
> station or an apple client ?
>> In the radius debug log i can read the name in cleartext. I'm
>> sorry, but I currently don't have the log, maybe you can help me
>> without the log, otherwise i'll send it to you tomorrow. I asked
>> google and the faq for this problem with no result...
>> Am 01.02.2008 um 17:20 schrieb Alan DeKok:
>>> You need rather a lot more than that in an accounting request. And
>>> you don't need a password in an accounting request.
>>> Alan DeKok.
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