I've now installed SCE in a single mode, with SM and CM running on RedHat. Now I want to enable the Sniffer Radius LEG - I've installed it on SM, enabled the RDRFormater on SM running on 33001 port and configured the SCE to send RDR category 3 to the SM IP on defined port (33001).
I can see that the connection rom SCE to SM RDR is established, but there seem to be no data going to this RDR.
I see the following error when loading the SM with Radius LEG:
java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find bundle for base name rdradius.pro, locale en_US
and this one:
"28-Apr 2008", "14:16:50.900 CEST","[main]",WARN ,"com.pcube.management.common.FormattedResourceLoader","could not find resource: rdradius.pro.properties"
rdradius.pro file is under /usr/local/pcube/sm/server/root - I cannot find the rdradius.pro.properties file.
Could this be the problem? Do I need to configure anything else on SCE or SCE BB ?
After a reload of the SCE or the management agent, the SM configures the SCE with the type of RDRs that it expects to receive. In some cases this configuration happens before the appilcation is loaded, so it has no effect, and as a result no RDRs are sent to the SM.
Try Reloading the configuration on the SM using the CLU p3sm --load-config.This may resolve the issue.The error "java.util.MissingResourceException: Can't find bundle for base name rdradius.pro, locale en_US" states that the file "rdradius.pro.properties" is not present in the location mentioned.
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