(RADIATOR) Authenticating of two Different PoP`s users with Client-Identifier
hugh at open.com.au
Fri Jul 5 18:49:18 CDT 2002
Hello Khushal -
You would do something like this:
# define Client clauses with Identifiers
Then in your users file, you would specifiy which POP's a user is allowed to
use like this:
# users file
someuser Client-Identifier = /POP-1|POP-2/, Password = ......
anotheruser Client-Identifier = /..../, Password = ......
# these users can access all POP's
whichever Password = .....
On Fri, 5 Jul 2002 22:43, ksn at dil.in wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I am having a little problem with my Radiator-3.1.
> ,i want to authenticate a user on two pop`s as i am having 16 POPs. means
> my user can log into my ras at POP-1 as well as POP-2 but can`t login on
> other RAS in my network. Please suggest what to do with radius
> thanks in advance
> Khushal Singh Narooka
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