very long regular expression...
norboro at celpol.pl
Thu Nov 23 17:46:20 CET 2006
> > I want to disallow login to access points for every hosts that are not
> > in my network.
> > So at the end of /usr/local/etc/raddb/users file I put regular
> > expression that checks if Calling-Station-Id IS NOT in list of my
> > DEFAULT Auth-Type := REJECT, Calling-Station-Id !~
> > "008012323244|002938475473|<and many other macs...>"
> Don't do that. It's ugly. Use rlm_passwd. See "man rlm_passwd".
> That lets you list all of the MACs in one flat text file, which is a
> LOT easier to manage by a script than the "users" file.
I still haven't idea how to do it, may you show me any example?
Is it possible to 'mark' good request and then at the end of users file
DEFAULT Auth-Type := REJECT, REQUEST_NOT_MARKED
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