Just change username from abc to [EMAIL PROTECTED] . If you don't strip
and put Realm = whatever as check item, username abc still won't match.

Ivan Kalik
Kalik Informatika ISP

Dana 18/3/2007, "virulence" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> piše:

>So sorry, there was a misunderstanding in what was allocated to me and I
>would try what you said when I get back to office on Monday.
>Btw, for the realms, the configuration is just by putting nostrip under the
>realm as in the proxy.conf
>but for the users file, would putting realm = company.com work for binding
>realm @company.com to abc user for example. Or may I know what is the full
>configuration. Sorry for the trouble as this is the first time I'm using
>freeradius. Thanks
>Alan DeKok-4 wrote:
>> virulence wrote:
>>> But however, I needed the realms to be stripped as all my users auth by
>>> only
>>> their username and password... Is there another way of doing it?
>>   If you're insisting that the realms MUST be stripped, then you will
>> have the problem you noted, which you say you don't want.  The problem
>> is a direct result of your requirement that the realms be stripped.
>>   The message you responded to told you how to solve the problem.  Try
>> the method that was suggested to you.  Alternately, if you're not going
>> to follow the help given on this list, I'm not sure why you're asking
>> for help.
>>   Alan DeKok.
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