Have you tried with some invalid attribute values for those users? Like Service-Typ 
"Mail" or an IP address that just sends them to the bit bucket?

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Oelgemoeller [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: den 3 juni 1999 11:32
Subject: (RADIATOR) LDAP Attributes

We are using Radiator to ask our LDAP-Server to access Customers to our 
That works fine.
Now we want to ask other Atributes, like one which says, that this user is a 
and has no dial-in service available.
The Doc and FAQ tells about CheckAttr and ReplyAttr, but the examples are not as exact 
as i want them to be. Has anyone a running config which solves my problem or any hints
about asking Attribues from the LDAP Server ?
We are running the lastes Radiator Version 2.13.1 incl. patches on Solaris 2.6 and 
Directory Server on the same machine.

Martin Oelgemoeller
Martin Oelgemoeller       uni-X Software GmbH
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