On Apr 21, 5:59pm, Arnie Roberts wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Re:(Radiator) Special characters
> You said
> >To get the %n replaced, you need to specify Reply-Message as one of the
> >reply items with something like this in your AuthBy clause:
> >DynamicReply Reply-Message
> I'm still doing something wrong obviously. In my radius.cfg file I have
Actually I misled you.
DynamicReply does replacements from the reply message, not the incoming request
message. So that %n is looking in vain for a User-Name in the reply. That means
you cant use %n to get the user name into your Reply-Message.
Sorry I told you the wrong thing.
> <AuthBy FILE>
> Filename %D/users
> DynamicReply Reply-Message
> In my users file I have
> NOBACK User-Password = "NOBACK"
> Service-Type = Login-User,
> Reply-Message = "Hello %n Welcome. "
> but the %n does not get replaced.
> Code: Access-Accept
> Identifier: 3
> Authentic: SE<0><0>'<171><18>"<7><21><4>c<0><28>E<130>
> Service-Type = Login-User
> Reply-Message = "Hello Welcome. "
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