(RADIATOR) Accessing pool from CheckPoolQuery
hugh at open.com.au
Wed Feb 25 02:23:22 CST 2004
Hello Andrew -
You can either specify multiple pools in the AddressAllocator SQL
clause, or you can specify multiple AddressAllocator SQL clauses.
Have a look at the code in "Radius/AddressAllocatorSQL.pm".
On 25 Feb 2004, at 11:30, Andrew Stevenson wrote:
> I was wondering how you obtained the pool that CheckPoolQuery has been
> called for?
> If you have 2 pools in the one table that have overlaping IP addresses
> (such as when allocating IPs in private networks) you need to be able
> put a where clause in that says pool = 'XXXX'.
> The same thing goes for AllocateQuery and DeallocateQuery.
> I've looked at the source and there doesn't seem to be a way but I'd
> like it confirmed before doing a patch.
> Andrew Stevenson
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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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