AAA and RADIUS when switching to daylight savings time
I have a 2620 series router running IOS 12.2(5d) that I use to accept incoming PPP connections that do their AAA against a FreeRADIUS server running Linux. This setup is working as advertised.
Recently we changed from standard time to daylight savings, and it broke the authetication. Both the RADIUS server and the Cisco unit show the correct time (in the Cisco, I had to set up the configuration like this:
clock timezone XST -5
clock summer-time XDT date Mar 28 2004 0:00 Oct 31 2004 1:00
and both machines show the correct XDT.)
The problem is that when the Cisco asks FreeRADIUS for AAA information, it will still use the "old" time. What's going on?
BTW, the Cisco system is NTP-synched against the Linux box.
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