Summary:ASTERISK-20688: IAX2 authdebug=no suppresses Logger/CLI Notice messages of failed authorization attempts (invalid user, bad password)
Reporter:Ian Anderson (seadweller)Labels:
Date Opened:2012-11-15 12:39:01.000-0600Date Closed:2012-11-15 16:36:58.000-0600
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Environment:CentOS 64-Bit 5.xAttachments:
Description:Having authdebug=no suppresses any NOTICE messages regarding an IAX2 authentication failure... ie. bad password, user not existing, IP not matching permit/deny masks.

It should only stop IAX2 auth information when doing IAX2 debugging and not logging NOTICEs to CLI and/or log file.

I was not receiving any notices in CLI when I tried to register with a bad password.  Subsequent testing revealed I could only get the NOTICEs to show was by using authdebug=yes.
Comments:By: Michael L. Young (elguero) 2012-11-15 16:36:26.895-0600

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In taking a quick peak at the code, the behavior that you are noticing has been there for a while and it appears to be working as it was programmed for.