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Radius Fallback

DanB-2
Guys,

It seems that something is wrong when handling radius fall-back with radiusclient-ng, at least in my case.

I have tried the following scenario:
OpenSIPS with radiusclient-ng and the last one configured with more than one radius server.

When the timeout is reached, the radiusclient will send it's packets to the second radius server and receive Auth OK from the second one. However opensips will still reject the auth of the UA and place the following line in the logs:
rc_send_server: no reply from ip_of_first_server:1812

I was wondering if any of you have managed to implement such scenario with success. It looks quite useful from the HA point of view (without using linux heartbeat to keep a host as fallback).

Ta,
DanB

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Re: Radius Fallback

Bogdan-Andrei Iancu
Hi Dan,

it looks like the problem is in libradiusclient because all this
ballback is internally done in the lib and totally transparent for the
application using the lib.

The log you mentioned comes from the lib (not from opensips)...Do you
get any error message from opensips auth_radius module ?

Regards,
Bogdan

DanB wrote:

> Guys,
>
> It seems that something is wrong when handling radius fall-back with
> radiusclient-ng, at least in my case.
>
> I have tried the following scenario:
> OpenSIPS with radiusclient-ng and the last one configured with more
> than one radius server.
>
> When the timeout is reached, the radiusclient will send it's packets
> to the second radius server and receive Auth OK from the second one.
> However opensips will still reject the auth of the UA and place the
> following line in the logs:
> rc_send_server: no reply from ip_of_first_server:1812
>
> I was wondering if any of you have managed to implement such scenario
> with success. It looks quite useful from the HA point of view (without
> using linux heartbeat to keep a host as fallback).
>
> Ta,
> DanB
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