HS_radius2 variable not working

Daniel Garcia DGarcia at globalgossip.net
Mon Sep 7 23:29:54 UTC 2009

So whats the point of the HS_RADIUS2 variable? Is there any code I can add in functions.sh to have it check it?

Daniel Garcia
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Core Infrastructure & Systems Development
Global Gossip Group
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-----Original Message-----
From: Oguzhan Kayhan [mailto:oguzhank at bilkent.edu.tr]
Sent: Monday, 7 September 2009 5:01 PM
To: chilli at coova.org
Subject: Re: HS_radius2 variable not working

I havent tested it on normal coova but
on coovaap.. the functions.sh doesnt check the second radius variable..
It just ignores it.

By the way.. still waiting for any upgrade on coovaap..

> Hi All,
> I have created a second Wireless radius server to handle any requests if
> the primary server goes down...does not seem to work. I am using Coova
> 1.1.13 and I used the following lines in the config file.
> HS_RADIUS=radius0.au.globalgossip.com
> HS_RADIUS2=radius1.au.globalgossip.com
> Ok, this works as long as radius1 server is running. When I bring down the
> server, new requests do NOT hit radius1 (checked the logs). If I do the
> following...
> HS_RADIUS=radius1.au.globalgossip.com
> Then it works and requests get processed, so its not a misconfiguration.
> The only thing I can think of is that HS_RADIUS2 does not work, as in, if
> HS_RADIUS server is down, it does not even try to check HS_RADIUS2.
> Can someone let me know if this is a bug or if I've configured something
> incorrectly? Thanks
> Daniel Garcia

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