(RADIATOR) Radiator - Probs with Authby SQL
neil d. quiogue
quioguen at cpcnet-hk.com
Thu Jul 18 06:14:07 CDT 2002
Trye the MD5 function instead of the PASSWORD function.
For this, you would need to play around with Digest::MD5. Or if you want a
quick way to do the creation, there's a Perl module from CPAN called
Crypt::PasswdMD5 that provides an MD5-based crypt() function.
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> Hello Hugh, hello every1,
> is me again with the SQL Problem using MYSQL and Radiator.
> As last-way-out i tried the following:
> I reinstalled everything (OS/Radiator/Mysql) and updated the sql Database,
> so that
> my NAS was authorized to request Radiator for an incoming PPP.
> Than i tried to connect myself with the Example User (user: mikem pass:
> and it worked perfectly!!!!
> At this point i am sure that my Router Configuration + Radiator Config are
> Than i did create a new user in the DB:
> insert into SUBSCRIBERS ( USERNAME, PASSWORD, ENCRYPTEDPASSWORD,
> REPLYATTR, TIMELEFT ) values ( 'dialin', 'dialin', password
> ('dialin'),'Service-Type = Framed-User', 'Framed-Protocol = PPP', '100');
> Than again i got the same error as before.
> That's why i am quite sure that the problem must be the encrypted
> as you see in the above-mentioned SQL-String, i used:
> but nevertheless i did try using:
> crypt('dialin') or md5('dialin') too.
> If i do believe the Radiator-manual than Radiator is using as default a
> Unix crypt(3) standart
> In the DOC Reference (Page 149, ref.html, 13.1.1) are some written pieces
> of examples
> but i don't understand them correctly.
> That's why my question:
> Can anybody tell me the right syntax to insert a new User in the mysql,
> using the same encrytion as
> there had been used with the EXAMPLE mikem?
> Or to give me a hint, or if it's possible an Example?
> Thankyou just in advance.
> Kind regards,
> Mike McCauley mikem at open.com.au
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