(RADIATOR) Easy change

1999-02-17 Thread Stephen Roderick
I propose the following change to radiusd for the next release: *** 87,92 --- 87,93 't', sub { $time }, 'T', sub { $packet-code }, + 'U', sub { my @n = split(/@/, $packet-getAttrByNum($Radius::Radius::USER_NAME)); $n[0] }, 'y', sub { $year%100 }, 'Y',

(RADIATOR) Kudos

1999-02-18 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Thu, 18 Feb 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Apologies. It requires SNMP_Session-0.62.tar.gz from ftp://ftp.switch.ch/software/sources/network/snmp/perl/ Of course after a new release, Mike gets to deal with all of the fallout. But I for one want to extend a hearty thanks and

Re: (RADIATOR) SQL and EncryptedPassword

1999-03-11 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Thu, 11 Mar 1999, Remi Godin wrote: Hi I'm using AuthBY SQL. Here's the problem: AuthSelect SELECT pwd FROM loginid WHERE loginid.login_id='%n' EncryptedPassword AuthColumnDef 0, User-Password, check Try this: EncryptedPassword AuthColumnDef 0, Encrypted-Password, check Steve

Re: (RADIATOR) SQL help

1999-03-16 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Tue, 16 Mar 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: 5. Lons observation about not bothering to save Starts in the accounting database is correct. Theres nothing there thats not in the Stops. That would be great if this was true, but it seems like most of the vendor stuff is only in the starts.

Re: (RADIATOR) Different Databases for auth and accounting

1999-03-16 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Tue, 16 Mar 1999, Paul Gregg wrote: Even better would be to use a different accoutning database host to the authentication database host. This is not a problem. I am doing it now. AuthBy SQL Identifier SQLAccounting AuthSelect DBSource

(RADIATOR) Ascend dictionary

1999-03-18 Thread Stephen Roderick
There is a typo in the dictionary.ascend file on lines 450 and 451 VALUE Framed_Protocol ATM-1483264 VALUE Framed_Protocol ATM-FR-CIR 265 should be VALUE Framed-Protocol ATM-1483264 VALUE Framed-Protocol ATM-FR-CIR 265 Note

Re: (RADIATOR) Radiator to MySQL

1999-03-20 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Sun, 21 Mar 1999, Ray Brighenti wrote: Following the instructions I went to the CPAN archive to get DBI and found below, the instructions say 0.90 or better, 0.80 seems to be all, is the following OK?br Go to: http://www.mysql.net/download.html They have a link to download DBI 1.06.

Re: (RADIATOR) Re: Some Questions

1999-03-22 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Tue, 23 Mar 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Anyone have a dictionary with the ascend vendor specific attributes (vendor code 529) in it? I have the Ascend dictionary. You have received a message! Mon Mar 22 23:22:32 1999: ERR: Attribute number 125 (vendor 529) is not defined in your

Re: (RADIATOR) Simultaneous-Use!!!

1999-03-22 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Mon, 22 Mar 1999, True Communications Corp. wrote: defined to 1 as the default for all users in the users file. I was under the impression that you can override the default for any of the users by using the Simultaneous-Use attribute in the users file. Which is exactly what I did.

Re: (RADIATOR) Simultaneous-Use!!!

1999-03-23 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Tue, 23 Mar 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Im thinking of doing exactly that, but Im toying with whether or not DefaultSessionMax (or whatever I call it) should be a Handler/realm parameter or an AuthBy parameter? MaxSession (for better or worse) is a Handler/Realm parameter. Views? At

Re: (RADIATOR) Simultaneous-Use!!!

1999-03-24 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Thu, 25 Mar 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: OK, due to popular demand I have added a new parameter to AuthBy. DefaultSimultaneousUse specifies a sim-use limit that will apply if there is no user-specific Simultaneous-Use check item. Would the interested people like to download a new

(RADIATOR) AscendSNMP

1999-03-28 Thread Stephen Roderick
I have had no luck with the AscendSNMP NasType so I did a little research and here is the MIB that I found works: $Radius::Nas::AscendMIB.12.3.1.4.$session_id This will return the name of the user logged in with that session_id. The important thing is that it can show the user as "steve" or

(RADIATOR) TotalControlSNMP

1999-03-28 Thread Stephen Roderick
I have figured out the Total Control SNMP stuff as well (see note at bottom). I'm sure that Mike will whip up a patch for everyone in the near future. # The 3com TotalControl SNMP MIB $Radius::Nas::TCMIB = '.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.429' sub isOnlineTotalControlSNMP {

Re: (RADIATOR) AscendSNMP

1999-03-28 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Mon, 29 Mar 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: This will return the name of the user logged in with that session_id. The important thing is that it can show the user as "steve" or "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" depending on how they logged in. So I was guessing that: if ($result =~

(RADIATOR) Problem with Ascend MAX

1999-03-31 Thread Stephen Roderick
I have an odd problem with an Ascend MAX. Everthing seems to work fine and then all of a sudden it start getting: Radius client timeout (code=1) for user this is in the MAX log (not Radiator) From what I can tell no requests are coming into Radiator. The other terminal servers seem

Re: (RADIATOR) Problem with Ascend MAX

1999-03-31 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Wed, 31 Mar 1999, Ray Brighenti wrote: It's not the Backoff Q full error your getting is it? This quite possible may have been the problem. I increased the queue size from 64 to 128. Seems to be working well now. Unfortunately, when you are in crisis mode you change anything you can think

(RADIATOR) Logging

1999-03-31 Thread Stephen Roderick
Are there any plans to improve the logging options? I would really like to be able to log different types of info in different files. i.e. debugging, errors, etc. Which of course would then lead to a request for increased granularity in the types. :-) Steve --- Steve Roderick

Re: (RADIATOR) MS-SQL 7

1999-03-31 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Wed, 31 Mar 1999, Kevin Wormington wrote: Yes, there is a DBD::FreeTDS module that will communicate with SQL 7.0, it works fine but does not currently implement any error checking (at least it didn't two weeks ago) which means that "select foo from bar" will return success even though

(RADIATOR) MRTG

1999-04-12 Thread Stephen Roderick
Anyone have a recommended config for MRTG and Radiator with SNMPAgent? Steve === To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.

(RADIATOR) SNMP

1999-04-14 Thread Stephen Roderick
snmpget radius.proaxis.com public .iso.org.dod.internet.3.79.1.1.1.1 Unrecognizable or unauthentic packet received Unrecognizable or unauthentic packet received Unrecognizable or unauthentic packet received snmpget -V UCD-snmp version: 3.5 What am I doing wrong? Steve === To unsubscribe,

(RADIATOR) pid file

1999-04-19 Thread Stephen Roderick
If radiator were to delete its pid file when it went away then it would be easy to write a much better wrapper program, which would just detect the existence of the pid file (similar to mysql). Steve --- Steve Roderick ProAxis Communications, Inc. [EMAIL

(RADIATOR) Forking

1999-04-28 Thread Stephen Roderick
Any idea if we will be able to (in the near future) force radiator to fork when it tries to verify if a user is online? Steve --- Steve Roderick ProAxis Communications, Inc. [EMAIL PROTECTED] Internet Access Provider

Re: (RADIATOR) Forking

1999-04-28 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Thu, 29 Apr 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Hi Stephen, The Fork keywork works now for most AuthBy modules. However there are dangers in injudicious use of it: its really there for the use of authentication modules that really need it and are coded to expect it. What do you want to do? I

(RADIATOR) Radiator/Livingston problem

1999-04-30 Thread Stephen Roderick
We have a number of Livingston PM-25s that freak out when they are authenticating off of radiator. We are still unable to figure out why but it seems like it is related to radiator response time, especially with regards to accounting packets. Has anyone had similar problems? Our only real

(RADIATOR) Missing attribute

1999-05-04 Thread Stephen Roderick
Does anyone know what this one is? Attribute number 36901 (vendor 429) Steve === To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.

Re: (RADIATOR) Out of Memory (BSDI) Fix

1999-05-13 Thread Stephen Roderick
We usually just wrap a shell script around the program and do: #!/bin/csh limit datasize 65536 /usr/local/bin/radiusd exit 0 Of course the compiled in kernel limits could stop you from raising the limit far enough. Steve === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To

(RADIATOR) Command line options

1999-05-18 Thread Stephen Roderick
Mike, Can you add a command line option for -snmp_port so that two processes can run off the same config file and yet still do SNMP. Steve === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.

(RADIATOR) Group Maximum

1999-05-19 Thread Stephen Roderick
Another kludge that may be useful to someone: I added some code to create a group maximum within the session database. This required a modification to Handler.pm, SessGeneric.pm, and SessSQL.pm (If you used a different Sess.pm module it would need to be modified as well) Then within the

Re: (RADIATOR) Group Maximum

1999-05-20 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Thu, 20 May 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Hi Stephen, Thanks for contributing that!. I know lots of people appreciate it. I wonder if you could get the same effect by just changing the definition of CountQuery in SessionDatabase SQL, so it would count the current sessions by whatever

(RADIATOR) Strange log entries

1999-06-02 Thread Stephen Roderick
Anyone know what causes these? Wed Jun 2 02:46:14 1999: INFO: No reply after 3 retransmissions Wed Jun 2 02:46:14 1999: INFO: No response from any RADIUS hosts. Ignoring Repeats every 3 seconds for about a minute or two. Thanks, Steve === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/

Re: (RADIATOR) Ascend Max TNT?

1999-06-10 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Hello Hielke, On Jun 10, 5:34pm, Hielke Christian Braun wrote: Subject: (RADIATOR) Ascend Max TNT? Hi everybody, does anybody use a Ascend Max TNT with radiator server? I have the problem that the Max TNT's try to authenticate some

Re: (RADIATOR) finger problem

1999-06-11 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, Ferhat Dilman wrote: Radiator is in location Istanbul for example, and one of the POP's are in other city e.g. Ankara. When the line goes down between Istanbul-Ankara, and the user tries to logon in Istanbul, since the user information still on RADONLINE, it tries to

Re: (RADIATOR) finger problem

1999-06-11 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Fri, 11 Jun 1999, Mike McCauley wrote: Hello Ferhat. What NasType are you using, and what does your finger say when it times out? Try running it by hand, to see. With that information, we might be able add a patch that will detect a timeout and not delete the user. The BIG problem

Re: (RADIATOR) MySQL Oracle

2000-02-08 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Tue, 8 Feb 2000, Yang Tercepat wrote: My question is: 1. is anyone have this problem before and have solution for this situation? 2. it is safe to run MySQL without lock option? 3. how much is the maximum client should Radiator handled, for the best performance using Oracle

Re: (RADIATOR) Stopping people using ISDN

2000-09-13 Thread Stephen Roderick
On Wed, 13 Sep 2000, Raymond Brighenti wrote: Hi, What I'm after is a way to stop people using ISDN to connect to our Maxs, I'm only using Handler in my config so would changing it to Handler NAS-Port-Type=Async be the best way about this or is there a better way of handling this? I