Mike,

Will the same scenario work for 'AuthBy File' but do the SQL Accounting ?


Thanks.
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On Fri, 2 Jul 1999, Mike McCauley wrote:

>Date: Fri, 2 Jul 1999 09:37:19 -0500
>From: Mike McCauley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>To: John Coy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: Re: (RADIATOR) Accounting to SQL w/out authenticating via SQL
>
>Hello John,
>
>On Jul 1, 11:50am, John Coy wrote:
>> Subject: (RADIATOR) Accounting to SQL w/out authenticating via SQL
>> Is there a way to configure Radiator to log accounting
>> records to SQL without requiring authentication to
>> occur via SQL?  I have radiator configured for Proxy
>> for several realms, but I'd like to capture the accounting
>> records for those realms into an SQL (Oracle) database.
>>
>> The manual for <AuthBy SQL> is unclear if you can just
>> use that for accounting.
>
>Yes, no problem. If you define AuthSelect to be empty, then SQL will not do
>authentication at all (it will REJECT), eg:
>
><Realm whatever>
>       AuthByPolicy ContinueAlways
>       <AuthBy SQL>
>               # Disable authentication
>               AuthSelect
>
>               # But do accounting
>               AccountingTable ACCOUTNING
>               AcctColumnDef   USERNAME,User-Name
>                       TIME_STAMP,Timestamp,integer
>               .....
>       </AuthBy>
>
>       <AuthBy RADIUS>
>               Host xx
>               ...
>       </AuthBy>
></Realm>
>
>Hope that helps.
>
>Cheers.
>
>
>
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