(RADIATOR) Radiator and MySQL questions
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Feb 18 01:53:24 CST 2004
Hello Vinny -
Yes you can configure Radiator with Realms.
# define Realm clauses
If you want to deny access you simply return an Access-Reject. You can
easily add a field called STATUS (or whatever) and set it to Active,
Inactive, Disabled, or whatever and check it when you process the
Access-Request in your SQL clause.
AuthSelect select PASSWORD from SUBSCRIBERS \
where USERNAME = %0 \
and STATUS = 'Active'
On 18 Feb 2004, at 04:35, Vincent Jordan wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I understand that one could have client auth data pulled from a mysql
> database. Is it possible ot do the same with realm data? so if
> user at realm.com sends an auth request radiator will pull realm
> information such as attributes, what db to lookup for user info, where
> to log data??
> another issue im having is: my dial side is outsourced. they pass
> radius information to me and my radius server returns info. they are
> usinf free radius. they have several NAS devices such as cisco,
> livingston, and USR. is there a attrib or something i can send if i
> wanted to deny a user access. I currently append the password which at
> times can be a pain. I would live to try to add a row in the database
> like ( issuspend tinyint(1) default'0' ) if the value was set to 1
> radiator would not allow the user to connect and return a 619...
> any help would be greatly appriciated....
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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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