Example listed in huntgroup file does not work

Reynolds, Walter waltr at umich.edu
Thu Dec 13 15:06:55 CET 2007

I am looking at that option, but I should not have to.  Per the
huntgroups file:

"#               This file can also be used to define restricted access
#               to certain huntgroups. The second and following lines
#               define the access restrictions (based on username and
#               UNIX usergroup) for the huntgroup.

So I can create a huntgroup with multiple Nas, but the 'second and
following lines' are only recognized by the last entry in the huntgroup.
So If I go with groups, I should be able to add the following: (can
someone tell me if this is the write syntax, or do I still have to add
something to the dictionary.... have to leave right now to catch a
flight.  Thanks)  

File radiusd.conf

        passwd etc_group {
               filename = /usr/local/ett/raddb/grouplist
               format = "=Group-Name:*,User-Name"
               hashsize = 50
               ignorenislike = yes
               allowmultiplekeys = yes
               delimiter = ":"



File huntgroups:

Limit1         NAS-IP-Address ==
Limit1         NAS-IP-Address ==
			Group-Name == datacenter			
Walt Reynolds
Principal Systems Security Development Engineer
Information Technology Central Services
University of Michigan
(734) 615-9438

> Message: 8
> Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007 12:55:51 +0000
> From: A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk
> Subject: Re: Example listed in huntgroup file does not work
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> Hi,
> > I should say that I do not want to use an external solution.
> Creating a
> > huntgroup for each NAS with the exact same user list does work, but
> then
> > if I have to change a user I would then have to modify what could be
> > over 100 groups.
> i think, therein, lies your problem - you havent looked at the whole
> logical design - and are fixated on the singular huntgroups file.
> if you want to control users, in groups, with huntgroups etc then
> you should be using the huntgroup file to define NAS in groups, and
> then another config file eg users to tie users to those huntgroups.
> alan
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