Alan DeKok wrote:
> Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:
>> I just got this one 
>> Initial flickings through,  suggest it's quite indepth .
>   I've seen that.  It has 300+ pages, and 40 pages on RADIUS.  I had a
> hard time reading it, to be honest.  Long paragraphs, long sentences,
> convoluted explanations.
>   If you're looking for a "howto" book, the O'Reilly book is *much* more
> suited to that purpose.  If you're looking for a book that gives you an
> overview of ongoing research in AAA, the Wiley book is good.
>   If you're looking for concepts that aren't covered anywhere else, my
> book (when I'm eventually done) will do that.
>   Alan DeKok.
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Yes, they're generally pretty good for that.

What put me off the O'Rielly book was it's age.. Although I only started 
using FreeRADIUS with 1.1.4 , i've seen pretty rapid development.
So I was concerned about how much relevance a book published in 2002 has 

There are also amazingly useful, mostly undocumented features like SQL 
Xlat, which won't be covered anywhere except the mailing list archives.

But I guess for theory reference books are still pretty good :)

Oh Btw on a completely unrelated subject, if you fix the 'Use 
Client-Ip-Address/ Packet-Src-IP-Address attribute as a check item' then 
I can push the CVS head out live and give you some proper feedback ;)

Arran Cudbard-Bell ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Authentication Authorisation & Accounting Officer
Infrastructure Services | ENG1 FF08
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