On Wed, 31 Mar 2004, Doug Clements wrote:

> Radiator (open.com.au) rules. You can do virtually anything, including
> custom SQL queries.

I know, I used to use it.  Best radius server ever.  But it costs $$ that
we don't have.

A good start to getting something else working would be if someone could
explain how the "pw_gid" values work and what the numbers represent;
gnu-radius has some rewrite rules that may allow me to somewhat alter (in
a sneaky and hackish way) my queries based on which NAS the request comes
from.  But so far I'm not finding any information on how to determine what
particular numeric values in the pw_gid field mean...



> --Doug
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Charles Sprickman" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 5:42 PM
> Subject: [vchkpw] OT: Radius server
> > Hi all,
> >
> > This is somewhat OT, but I'm curious what people here are using for radius
> > authentication against the vpopmail mysql db?  There are a number that
> > support SQL auth, but the whole "pw_gid" thing in vpopmail is giving me
> > some pains.  I wish to use the dialup y/n flags that end up in the pw_gid
> > field, but I'm also looking to use the user defined flags to also denote
> > if a given user should be able to auth via radius for news or roaming
> > dialup.
> >
> > So far this doesn't look possible (or let's say "easy").  FreeRadius,
> > gnu-radius, openradius all lack the ability to alter the sql query based
> > on which client "NAS" connects.
> >
> > How are other people solving this problem?  I'd love to keep the vpopmail
> > db as the master reference for all radius-authenticated services.
> >
> > Also, does anyone have some info on what exactly the values in pw_gid are?
> > It's numeric, and it varies is about all I can gather from poking around.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Charles
> >

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