FreeRadius startup: Ignoring request to auth address *

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paegus
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2020 4:59    Post subject: FreeRadius startup: Ignoring request to auth address * Reply with quote
Whenever the router restarts, the FreeRadius daemon initially rejects all attempts to authenticate with...

Code:
Ignoring request to auth address * port 1812 bound to server default from unknown client IP port NUM proto udp


...for any associated access points.

Clicking 'Apply Changes' in the Services > FreeRadius tab restarts the daemon and it works as expected.

Does anyone know why this is happening? It works very nicely but every once in a while, when the router restarts for one reason or another, it stops.

Many thanks.

Code:
root@black:~# grep radiusd /var/log/messages
Feb  2 17:12:14 black daemon.info radiusd[931]: Debugger not attached
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: Please use tls_min_version and tls_max_version instead of disable_tlsv1
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: Please use tls_min_version and tls_max_version instead of disable_tlsv1_2
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: tls: Unable to set DH parameters.  DH cipher suites may not work!
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: tls: Fix this by running the OpenSSL command listed in eap.conf
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Loaded virtual server <default>
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: Ignoring "sql" (see raddb/mods-available/README.rst)
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.warn radiusd[1224]: Ignoring "ldap" (see raddb/mods-available/README.rst)
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Loaded virtual server default
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]:  # Skipping contents of 'if' as it is always 'false' -- /jffs/etc/freeradius/sites-enabled/inner-tunnel:336
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Loaded virtual server inner-tunnel
Feb  2 17:12:15 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Ready to process requests
Feb  2 17:12:59 black daemon.err radiusd[1224]: Ignoring request to auth address * port 1812 bound to server default from unknown client ROUTERIP port 45294 proto udp
Feb  2 17:13:17 black daemon.err radiusd[1224]: Ignoring request to auth address * port 1812 bound to server default from unknown client ACCESSPOINT1IP port 43214 proto udp
Feb  2 17:13:40 black daemon.err radiusd[1224]: Ignoring request to auth address * port 1812 bound to server default from unknown client ACCESSPOINT2IP port 33962 proto udp
Feb  2 17:13:50 black user.info : radiusd : daemon successfully stopped
Feb  2 17:13:50 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Signalled to terminate
Feb  2 17:13:50 black daemon.info radiusd[1224]: Exiting normally
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2035]: Debugger not attached
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.warn radiusd[2037]: Please use tls_min_version and tls_max_version instead of disable_tlsv1
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.warn radiusd[2037]: Please use tls_min_version and tls_max_version instead of disable_tlsv1_2
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2037]: Loaded virtual server <default>
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.warn radiusd[2037]: Ignoring "sql" (see raddb/mods-available/README.rst)
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.warn radiusd[2037]: Ignoring "ldap" (see raddb/mods-available/README.rst)
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2037]: Loaded virtual server default
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2037]:  # Skipping contents of 'if' as it is always 'false' -- /jffs/etc/freeradius/sites-enabled/inner-tunnel:336
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2037]: Loaded virtual server inner-tunnel
Feb  2 17:13:51 black daemon.info radiusd[2037]: Ready to process requests
Feb  2 17:14:05 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (8)   Login OK: [USER1] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 27 cli 5ea5c3bbf050 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  2 17:14:05 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (9) Login OK: [USER1] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 27 cli 5ea5c3bbf050)
Feb  2 17:16:35 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (18)   Login OK: [USER2] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 16 cli 40a3cc7f5f30 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  2 17:16:35 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (19) Login OK: [USER2] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 16 cli 40a3cc7f5f30)
Feb  2 17:31:06 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (28)   Login OK: [USER3] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 16 cli 88299c9742c5 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  2 17:31:06 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (29) Login OK: [USER3] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 16 cli 88299c9742c5)
Feb  2 17:32:24 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (38)   Login OK: [USER4] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 37 cli f08a76096e42 via TLS tunnel)
Feb  2 17:32:24 black daemon.notice radiusd[2037]: (39) Login OK: [USER4] (from client DD-WRT-RADIUS port 37 cli f08a76096e42)
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2020 11:29    Post subject: Reply with quote
I presume we're s'posed to guess what router and build number you're running.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2020 12:24    Post subject: Reply with quote
BS has been tinkering with the startup, I just investigated startup problems with OVPN server (it did not on some builds like 42132 (depending on your configuration) but it start again on the latest 42174.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 02, 2020 18:35    Post subject: Reply with quote
It was recently upgraded to r42132 so that makes sense. Though I hadn't noticed the problem with the last build installed around June.

kernel-panic69 wrote:
I presume we're s'posed to guess what router and build number you're running.


v3.0-r42132 std (01/28/20)

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