Simultaneous-Use unreliable for 'other' NAS-type
taymourgabr at googlemail.com
Sun Jul 7 20:49:18 CEST 2019
this doesn't answer my question though of how/if checkrad works for
simultaneous-use set to anything other than 1.
Also, could you please expand on what you consider to be 'modern'
NASes? 2 years-old, 5 years-old, 10?
We are looking to replace our crappy HP controller. Unfortunately HP
was taken over by Aruba, and their controllers don't support HP Access
points. So we are trying to go with the latest HP controller, and I
would like to make sure that simultaneous-use will be covered.
On 06/07/2019, Alan DeKok <aland at deployingradius.com> wrote:
> On Jul 5, 2019, at 10:53 PM, Taymour Gabr via Freeradius-Users
> <freeradius-users at lists.freeradius.org> wrote:
>> I'm confused however how checkrad can help with any simultaneous use
>> that isn't set to exactly '1'.
>> checkrad has this notice at the top
>> # Returns: 0 = no duplicate, 1 = duplicate, >1 = error.
>> So if checkrad is called when radwho would deny the user, and my
>> simultaneous-use is set to 3. I would want it to return 0 if that
>> user is logged in less than 3 times.
>> That in turn means, I have to hard-code checkrad to include a method
>> for my it for my nas to return 0, if it finds less than 3 users. The
>> number 3 would be hard-coded.
>> This doesn't seem right. Am I missing something?
> "checkrad" hasn't really been of great use for many years. Most modern
> NASes are good enough that they don't lose accounting packets that often.
> In short: If cehckrad works, great. If it doesn't work, they may be a lot
> of effort to fix it.
> Alan DeKok.
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