Jason Chan wrote:
> For example, Kerberos successfully authenticate admin/admin (yes I don't
> use MySQL for authentication), and FreeRadius knows this user has
> permission to access. Now, in the postauth part, FreeRadius searches the
> radreply table in its MySQL database for the proper attributes that this
> particular user has, say Service-Type = Administrative-User. I store
> these attribute information in radreply table and leave other tables
> empty.
> So, I edited the postauth_query in sql.conf:

  I think for historical reasons, you have to perform the query in the
authorize section.

  Alan DeKok.
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