A question about the NAS-Port on FreeRadiusServer 2.1.4 + Postgresql 8.4.2
alaxis2002 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 5 08:03:36 CET 2010
Uh... I'm considering of modifying the source code indeed. But before that, if proper configurations can work, it will be much easier. You mentioned that I check the NAS-Port and proxy the request to another virtual server. Is that achieved by some proper configuration? Can you give detailed suggestion? As the column 'server' of the table 'nas' means the request from the certain NAS will proxy to the certain virtual server, can I directly configure certain virtual server to a certain NAS-Port in db? Thank you!
> Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 07:43:37 +0100
> From: aland at deployingradius.com
> To: freeradius-users at lists.freeradius.org
> Subject: Re: A question about the NAS-Port on FreeRadiusServer 2.1.4 + Postgresql 8.4.2
> 蔡暮章 wrote:
> > Hello,
> > we are working on the FreeRadiusServer 2.1.4 + Postgresql 8.4.2, and
> > trying to authenticate different 'users' according to the NAS-Port in
> > the request packets. We build the db table 'nas' by the scripts nas.sql:
> > Since the 'ports' column exists in the table 'nas', we wonder if it
> > has some relationship with the NAS-Port in the request packets.
> > We tried
> > some values for the column, but didn't work. Anyone can tell me the
> > meaning of the column 'ports'?
> It means nothing.
> > Now we can configure a virtual server for each NAS (by the column
> > 'server' of the table 'nas'). Can I configure a virtual server for each
> > NAS-Port? If so, how can I acheive that? Thank you!
> You should check the NAS-Port, and proxy the request to another
> virtual server.
> Or, modify the source code.
> Alan DeKok.
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