(RADIATOR) PreProcessingHook to bypass further processing
hugh at open.com.au
Tue Feb 10 16:02:01 CST 2004
Hello Kwang -
The usual way to do what you describe is to use an AuthBy INTERNAL
clause followed by a PostAuthHook.
For your question about Handlers, it is more usual to specify a final
<Handler> to catch "everything else".
# deal with something specific
# deal with everything else
On 11 Feb 2004, at 01:57, Kwang Moon wrote:
> Does anyone know if it's possible to carry out some checks in a
> PreProcessingHook, and based on the results to immediately halt the
> process and send back a $main::REJECT to the client?
> The reason I want to do this is because I have heaps of handlers (all
> much doing the same thing), the only difference being the handler check
> item. So, what I want to do is create one handler to deal with say
> Access-Request packets and then verify the check item within the say a
> PreProcessingHook (ie if it doesn't match then somehow send a reject
> immediately without further processing, and if it passes then continue
> hook and return back to the handler).
> There was a posting earlier last year:
> asking a very similar question, however, there didn't appear to be a
> If this is not possible, then (a question to Mike or Hugh) what's the
> likelihood of getting a feature added to the handler clause similar to
> IdenticalClients. It could look something like:
> IdenticalHandlers <attribute=value, attribute=value, ...>
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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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