[RADIATOR] matching based on one value of an attribute multiple times in request
vartiait at open.com.au
Thu Jul 13 12:19:28 UTC 2017
> On 13 Jul 2017, at 13.59, Hartmaier Alexander <alexander.hartmaier at t-systems.at> wrote:
> I'm trying to build a solution to authorize users to log into devices
> based on their group membership in our NMS.
> We use ClientListSQL to generate the Client config blocks and I've used
> the OSC-Authorize-Group attribute for add the group id's to the request
> attributes like:
should the line above be "OSC-Authorize-Group=123,OSC-Authorize-Group=456"?
So OSC-Authorize-Group attributes define group ids which are allowed to login
to that device?
> A Handler for example matches on OSC-Authorize-Group=123, which works as
> long as the device is only member of this single group but not if in
> multiple like in the above example.
How is mapping to user groups done within a handler?
One option could be DynamicCheck which can be used for implementing a group check?
> I haven't found an example how to match on the value of an attribute
> which occurs multiple times in the authentication request, is it possible?
Unfortunately not currently. I created a feature request for this.
> A workaround would be to make ClientListSQL add
> OSC-Authorize-Group=123,456 to the request and matching the value with a
> regex, which would be quite complicated but handle all cases without
> e.g. allowing access to a device in group 1234 when only 123 should be
Check items do allow also alternative values if it helps.
Specify multiple permitted values, separated by vertical bars (‘|’).
The check item will pass if at least one of the permitted values is an exact match.
Calling-Station-Id = 121284|122882
Tuure Vartiainen <vartiait at open.com.au>
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