(RADIATOR) LDAP and CHAP
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Jul 16 17:39:10 CDT 2002
Hello Dan -
You can use the PasswordLogFileName construct to log all the passwords.
See section 6.16.7 in the Radiator 3.1 reference manual.
At 15:13 +0000 16/7/02, Dan Melomedman wrote:
>Hugh Irvine writes:
>>Hello Dan -
>>You can use CHAP with any database, however the password stored
>>therein *must* be in cleartext, as you can only use cleartext
>>passwords with CHAP.
>The problem is all our dial-ups have hashed passwords, and returning
>them to clear text would be impossible.
>The problem is Broadwing now requires CHAP for some of the POPs, and
>doesn't for others. Are there any work-arounds for this? Thanks. ===
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