(RADIATOR) CalledStationId question
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Jul 31 22:35:00 CDT 2002
Hello Chris -
The CalledStationId construct is not used in this way (it is intended to
This will depend to a certain extent on what else you are doing in your
configuration file. You can either use Handlers, or you can use an
AuthBy clause, or you can use a DEFAULT in one of your existing AuthBy
If you send me a copy of your configuration file (no secrets), I will
take a look. And please include a bit more detail on your requirements
On Thursday, August 1, 2002, at 01:19 PM, Chris M wrote:
> I'm trying to do something in my config file to intercept people that
> are dialing a certain number, and rejecting their authentication
> attempts completely.
> I have a multi-realm config, but I'm using CalledStationId.pm like this
> in one of the realms as a test:
> <Realm goplaces.net>
> <CalledStationId 2125554444>
> # Log accounting for the misguided users
> # keep going through all AuthBy clauses
> AuthByPolicy ContinueUntilAccept
> The AuthBy clauses for the realm follow these lines.
> Anyway, I really have no clue what I'm doing here, but I do know that
> this isn't working. In a Trace 4 I never see anything interesting
> happening, and the peopleThatShouldNotBeDialingThisNumber.txt file
> doesn't get created, so no one is traversing this section apparently.
> Does anyone see what I'm doing wrong? In essence, anyone calling
> 2125554444 I want to be denied but any other number they dial it should
> go ahead and try to AuthBy them, etc.
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