Hi All,

its a nice suggestion of Karl's, and we have now implemented it as an
additional feature in radacct.cgi. A new version of radacct.cgi is available at
that allows you to list sessions by Framed-IP-Address.

Please let me know how it goes. I will fix any problems promptly.

On Apr 29,  4:48pm, Karl Gaissmaier wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Wishlist: radip-address.cgi
> Hi Folks,
> I've sometimes the problem that from my Dialin Server some hack
> attacks have been started. I get always back the time of the attack
> and the source IP address of the hacks.
> It would be nice to have a slightly different radacct.cgi, call
> it radip-address.cgi, where the primary key is not the Username but
> the IP-Address. I had a quick look into radacct.cgi and I think
> for a perl hacker, this is just a work of half an hour to
> rewrite this to use the ip_address in the function calls
> of read_file or read_sql and in get_data.
> And some changes in the href section to replace user by ip_address.
> This would be quite useful, because then you get first the global
> list with all used IP Addresses, if you click on one ip address, then
> you get all sessions with this ip address, with username, session-id
> and time, and then if you click on the session-id you get the
> full detail records.
> Is someone out there who has done this already?
> regards
>       Charly
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