(RADIATOR) User auths if in the users file only?
karl.gaissmaier at rz.uni-ulm.de
Wed Jul 10 14:25:47 CDT 2002
> > This was where the problem was.....thier setup did not follow this
> > and was trying to
> > assign 255.255.255.254 as the IP *sigh*
> This leads me to a questions. I have a mix of nas servers that I need to use
> on the same radius
> server. One needs the Framed-IP-Address = 255.255.255.254 attribute and one
> needs *nothing*
what NAS's do you have? Are they not able to configure them with
dynamic ip address pools and you specify in the reply items just
from which ip pool they shall spent an ip address?
See the following axample for my ascends (in the users file):
pools-foo Password = "ascend", Service-Type = Outbound-User
Ascend-IP-Pool-Definition = "1 10.0.0.1 254"
DEFAULT Service-Type = Framed-User, Auth-Type = System
Framed-Protocol = MP,
Framed-IP-Netmask = 255.255.255.255,
Framed-Routing = None,
Idle-Timeout = 1800,
Session-Timeout = 43200,
Ascend-Assign-IP-Pool = 1,
Ascend-Source-IP-Check = Source-IP-Check-Yes,
Ascend-Link-Compression = Link-Comp-MS-Stac
here you see Ascend-Assign-IP-Pool = 1, as defined in the same
users file and the Ascend NAS fetches this after reboot or with
a special remote config refresh.
Anyway, you should spent an Idenifier in the Client Clause like:
and then you can sezup different handlers for the different
Clients with different users file:
or you use just one handler and fifferntiate in teh single users file like:
DEFAULT Service-Type = Framed-User, Auth-Type = System, Client-Identifier = foo
foo reply items ....
DEFAULT Service-Type = Framed-User, Auth-Type = System, Client-Identifier = yep
yep reply items ....
Hope this helps
Karl Gaissmaier Computing Center,University of Ulm,Germany
Email:karl.gaissmaier at rz.uni-ulm.de Network Administration
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