(RADIATOR) problem with multiple realms in one username
hugh at open.com.au
Mon Jul 8 04:28:28 CDT 2002
Hello Slava -
You don't actually say what your requirements are - could you give me some
more details on what exactly you want to do?
BTW - if you want a handler to match "slave.com" as different to
"slava.com at SLAVA", you should do this:
<Handler User-Name = /slava.com$/>
which will match "slava.com" only at the end of the User-Name string.
On Mon, 8 Jul 2002 18:13, sviatoslav.rimdenok at colt.ch wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> We've got Radiator running on our side. Recently I've found really strange
> behaviour of Radiator, - the "problem" comes then username in the incoming
> RADIUS packet looks like "username at realmone@realmtwo" (please see the live
> example from the log file):
> ... skipped .....
> Mon Jul 8 04:20:39 2002: DEBUG: Packet dump:
> *** Received from 10.10.10.10 port 51675 ....
> Code: Access-Request
> Identifier: 185
> Authentic: <136>1<0><0>so<0><0><5><13><0><0>84<0><0>
> User-Name = "someone at slava.com@SLAVA"
> User-Password =
> NAS-Identifier = "i-Pass VNAS"
> NAS-IP-Address = 10.10.10.10
> NAS-Port = 1
> Service-Type = Framed-User
> Framed-Protocol = PPP
> Mon Jul 8 04:20:39 2002: DEBUG: Check if Handler Realm=slava.com should be
> used to handle this request
> Mon Jul 8 04:20:39 2002: DEBUG: Handling request with Handler
> ... skipped .....
> In the configuration file we have a handler like <Handler Realm=slava.com>
> ... </Handler>, so we expect that it satisfies all usernames like
> "user at slava.com".. But, as the reality showed, it matches
> "username at slava.com@SLAVA" too..
> Most probably that's expected behaviour of Radiator, but how we should
> change our Handler <Handler Realm=..> to work it properly according to our
> Thank you so much for your help!
> sincerely yours,
> Slava Rimdenok
> Sviatoslav Rimdenok
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