(RADIATOR) Differentiating between user database problems and login failures
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Dec 31 18:24:41 CST 1969
Hello Jason -
You should use multiple AuthBy clauses, like this:
# define Realms or Handlers
And you can use the AuthLog clause to log authentication successes
On Thursday, Nov 7, 2002, at 10:37 Canada/Eastern, Jason Signalness
> I'm working to set up a new Radius server. Essentially, we want it to
> behave like this:
> 1) Check our LDAP directory
> 2) Check out Oracle db
> 3) If there are problems reaching either database, let someone know.
> From what I've heard, it's not possible to tell the difference (with
> Radiator) between failed logins (bad passwords, invalid users, etc)
> and database problems (such as an unreachable LDAP directory).
> Is this true? If not, how can one go about detecting these failures
> in an AuthBy or Handler clause?
> Jason Signalness, Systems Administrator
> Basin Telecommunications, Inc.
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