radius packet size

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Daniel Eyholzer, Oct 14, 2004.

  1. Hi there


    If my radius server returns an access-accept packet with a length that
    exceeds 1472 bytes, authentication on the cisco router fails. It seems that
    the cisco does not receive or maybe can not reassemble the packet. Anyone
    know how I can fix this problem?


    Thanks, Daniel
     
    Daniel Eyholzer, Oct 14, 2004
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  2. Daniel Eyholzer <> wrote:
    > If my radius server returns an access-accept packet with a length that
    > exceeds 1472 bytes, authentication on the cisco router fails. It seems
    > that the cisco does not receive or maybe can not reassemble the packet.
    > Anyone know how I can fix this problem?


    I saw that the firewall that is between the radius and the cisco did not
    allow fragmented packets. Now after changing this setting it works!


    Daniel
     
    Daniel Eyholzer, Oct 14, 2004
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