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Re: Request for Review: Status Server Document
On Sunday 15 June 2008 01:30, Alan DeKok wrote:
> David B. Nelson wrote:
> > That makes review of this document in RADEXT a little bit challenging.
> > We can, of course, polish the prose and make sure that the descriptions
> > are self-consistent and clear and that the organization is logical. I
> > guess only those who have access to the "historical implementation" can
> > discern whether the descriptions are accurate and correct.
> See ftp://ftp.cistron.nl/pub/radius. Open Source == full access.
> Version 1.6.5 has the first public implementation of Status-Server.
> CVS indicates that the change was January 21, by Miquel Van Smoorenburg.
> FreeRADIUS added support for Status-Server on Oct 17, 2002, "stolen
> shamelessly from Cistron", according to the commit message.
> I believe that Radiator also added it around the same time. I don't
> know which was first, because I don't have access to the Radiator CVS tree.
Radiator had support for Status-Server from version 1.9 on 20/1/98.
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