Hi Paul, I must agree with a previous poster on this topic: Putting that data into LDAP is not really what LDAP was designed for. If you really have to do it, you could do it by adding a PostAuthHook, and at least avoid having to change the distributed Radiator code. Hope that helps. Cheers. On Jun 22, 5:58pm, Paul van der Zwan wrote: > Subject: (RADIATOR) Update LDAP dir from Radiator > > I have been asked to implement Radiator on a site using an LDAP server as > a user database. They have some extra requirements: > 1 On succesful login the current time has to be put in an attribute in the > users entry > 2 While the user has an active session the ip address he was allocated has > to be available in an attribute in his entry. > > Are these extras possible using a vanilla Radiator or do I have to modify it ?? > If I need to modify it what would the logical way to implement the be ?? > > TIA > Paul > > -- > Paul van der Zwan paulz @ trantor.xs4all.nl > "I think I'll move to theory, everything works in theory..." > > > > === > Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ > To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with > 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message. >-- End of excerpt from Paul van der Zwan -- Mike McCauley [EMAIL PROTECTED] Open System Consultants Pty. Ltd Unix, Perl, Motif, C++, WWW 24 Bateman St Hampton, VIC 3188 Australia http://www.open.com.au Phone +61 3 9598-0985 Fax +61 3 9598-0955 Radiator: the most portable, flexible and configurable RADIUS server anywhere. SQL, proxy, DBM, files, LDAP, NIS+, password, NT, Emerald, Platypus, Freeside, TACACS+, PAM, external, etc etc on Unix, Win95/8, NT, Rhapsody === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.