It is not possible to have 2 different users with teh same username in the same
If the users are indeed different, you can specify a different Handler for each
different number, and have a separate user database for each Handler.
Alternatively you could chain 2 <AuthBy FILE> clauses, with the first user in
one and the second user in another.
Neither are really great solutions, but I dont think there is any option if
that is what you intend to do. If you wish to discuss this further, please let
us a bit more about what you are trying to accomplish.
On Jul 22, 10:55am, Gary wrote:
> Subject: Re: (RADIATOR) Multiple instances of the same username ??
> On Wed, 21 Jul 1999 16:06:09 -0500, Mike McCauley wrote:
> >Hi Gary,
> >On Jul 21, 1:49pm, Gary wrote:
> >> Subject: (RADIATOR) Multiple instances of the same username ??
> >> Many thanks to those that are helping me on the Tigris issue...
> >> Now is it possible to have multiple instances of the same username but
> >> different "passwords in radius ??
> >> username Calling-Station-Id=12345678
> >> &
> >> username Calling-Station-Id=45678899
> >> Or will radius just see the first if its the second and just bomb out
> >> authenticating on the second ??
> >The username is a unique key, so its not possible to have 2 user entries
> >teh same username.
> >As Tom Minchin pointed out, if these are really the same user, you can have
> >regexp in the check items:
> >username Calling-Station-Id=/12345678|232323232/
> Thats great, but if they are actually two different users with the same
> name, say one requiring a static ip, seems radius only seems the first
> username in the file and will give a rejected authorisation.
> Is there maybe a way to change this behaviour ?
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