(RADIATOR) AuthBy SQLRADIUS functionality
hugh at open.com.au
Fri Jul 12 17:20:07 CDT 2002
Hello James -
Have you specified a "HostSelect" query that returns the appropriate column
from the database? You should also note that there is a patched version of
AuthRADIUS.pm in the patches area of the web site that fixes a problem with
If you have any further questions, please send me a copy of your configuration
file, a copy of the Host record from the database and a trace 4 debug showing
what is happening.
On Sat, 13 Jul 2002 01:08, James Wiegand wrote:
> Another question. One page 127 of the manual it says we can use any valid
> Host parameter such as StripFromRequest, RewriteUsername, AddToRequest,
> AddToReply, etc.
> However, when I add a HostColumnDef for AddToReply, nothing happens. When
> I changed the definition to AddToRequest, the attribute was added to the
> request sent to the end RADIUS. But I need to add reply items to set up my
> NAS devices.
> Looking in the AuthSQLRADIUS.pm file, it seems as though RewriteUsername,
> AddToRequest, and StripFromRequest are coded explicitly in this file. Do I
> need to do anything special to get AddToReply working?
> Jim Wiegand, BSEE, MSE
> Supervisor, Infrastructure Operations
> Fiberlink Communications
> 215 793 6554
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