Chillispot is a "captive portal that's it"
You can use it with wired and wireless LAN. Check It!!!
You right, Expiration is an Internal Freeradius Attribute, but by default
only check if the expiration date < NOW(), so if user make a connection 1
milisecond beford that expiration date, the connection is accepted and the
user keep connected until it want.
Freeradius don´t generate Session-Timeout reply by default, so the nas don´t
know when disconnect the user, if you use the correct reply message for the
nas that manage the connection, the nas will disconnect the user when the
I'm sure do you know something I don't, but I don't find more information
about freeradius and I write on my experience.
I think the idea is put the system to work, because many people like me,
need a fast solutions and don't have time to investigate or try find of
Do you know something I don't?<
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Subject: Re: FR supported attributes
Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 14:04:25 +0100
Wired chilli? The makers say: "ChilliSpot is an open source captive
portal or wireless LAN access point controller. It is used for
authenticating users of a wireless LAN." Do you know something they
Expiration is an internal FreeRadius attribute - it doesn't go out in
radius packets. It is used to generate "real" radius attributes like
Session-Timeout. So NAS (Cisco, Chilli, Mickrotik, whatever) will never
"see" this attribute. None of them would know what to do with it if
they would recieve it.
Kalik Informatika ISP
Dana 12/3/2007, "Internet-Wifi Operador" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Chillispot is a gateway, not matter if you passthrough with Wifi
>or wire connection, Chillispot not identify they.
>The litle diference is, if you use Expiration attribute Chillispot
>it, so when the time is reach chillispot not logoff the user.
>So, you need send the correct reply for each gateway, switch or device
>manage the connection because Freeradius not disconnect the users, this
>>From: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>Reply-To: FreeRadius users mailing list
>>To: "FreeRadius users mailing list"
>>Subject: Re: FR supported attributes
>>Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 18:49:35 +0100
>>There should be no difference in using Expiration and
>>WISPr-Session-Terminate-Time in this case. Expiration sets
>>Session-Timeout and ChilliSpot knows that one. The only difference is
>>that Expiration will work with wired connections too.
>>Kalik Informatika ISP
>>Dana 10/3/2007, "Internet-Wifi Operador" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> >If you use Chillispot, put in your user
>> >Max-All-Session and WISPr-Session-Terminate-Time they work very good
>> >because if you use Expire attribute the freeradius know it but
>> >no, so if the user try to connect after the Expire time the radius
>> >this connection, but i the user is connected and the chillispot don't
>> >the expire attribute so the connection continue.
>> >here is the suported attributes for the chillispot
>> >>From: PD <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> >>Reply-To: FreeRadius users mailing list
>> >>To: "FreeRadius users mailing list"
>> >>Subject: Re: FR supported attributes
>> >>Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2007 03:46:50 +0000
>> >>Unfortunatelly, I found the answer of the similar question.
>> >>Well.. just to make sure, can Expiration attribute work together with
>> >>Max-All-Session attribute ?
>> >>The case is suppose to create an account for 10 hours but only valid
>> >>week after the creation date.
>> >>On 3/10/2007, "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> >> >Radius attributes - http://www.freeradius.org/rfc/attributes.html .
>> >> >
>> >> >You actually invent sqlcounter attributes yourself by making the
>> >> >appropriate SQL query.
>> >> >
>> >> >Ivan Kalik
>> >> >Kalik Informatika ISP
>> >> >
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