Hugh Irvine hugh at open.com.au
Fri Dec 12 17:44:32 CST 2003

Hello Maciej -

You can already specify the CountQuery in the configuration file with 
the standard code - there is no need to make the changes you show 
below. See section 6.41.1 in the Radiator 3.7.1 reference manual 



On 13/12/2003, at 8:35 AM, Maciej Miechowicz wrote:

> hi hugh
> today we run into a problem with the PORTLIMITCHECK module. at the 
> moment it's checking only the DNIS parameter to get the current 
> connections count however for one single case we needed to add also 
> the nas ip address check. after a small modification in the initialize 
> function:
> if(!$self->{CountQuery}) {
>   $self->{CountQuery} = "select COUNT(*) from RADONLINE where 
> DNIS='%{Called-Station-Id}'";
> }
> instead of  (without checking if the module parameter is set)
>   $self->{CountQuery} = "select COUNT from RADONLINE where 
> DNIS='%{Called-Station-Id}'";
> now we can pass the CountQuery parameter directly from the config file.
> not sure if you'd like to include this change in case somebody runs 
> into the same issue as we did.
> greetings
> Maciej Miechowicz <mac at ifxcorp.com>

NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?

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