emme wrote:I got the same issue...
it looks like the radious server only accept 1 IP per prefix lenght.
I workaraoud the issue setting differente prefix lenght (24, 23 and 22)
I tested the radius connection on all AP and they're working good.
Cannot figure out what exactely is prefix lenght since it seems it doesn't affect my network operation.
Got the same issue, the error is somewhat wrong.
But the 'client' name is actualy not 1 client, but can also be a subnet.
If you add 192.168.1.1/24 for example, you actualy add 192.168.1.0/24 as a whole subnet.
So use 192.168.1.1/32 for only that client, then you can also add 192.168.1.2/32 without the error because there is no overlap in the subnets.
emme wrote:file names in /etc/config are
I have no problem when adding the information exactly the way you do in your first post, or adding the network that the NAS is itself within or when adding individual hosts with a 32 mask.pwilson wrote:I continue to get the same error screen for any IP address I provide. I tried to use a 32bit prefix as someone else suggested. It simply won't accept any data I provide.
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