adincov at gmail.com
Mon Nov 20 17:35:37 CET 2006
We plan to use freeradius for authenticating remote access to more than 2000
network devices (CISCO, Nortel, etc.) and we want to do some access control
based on huntgroups. Users and RADIUS profiles are stored in an LDAP
backend. Following freeradius documentation, we have to define all 2000+ IP
addresses in huntgroups configuration file, apparently there is no way to
use IP ranges for defining huntgroups. But this solution (having one
huntgroups configuration file with more than 2000 entries for each
freeradius server) would be very difficult to maintain. Anyone knows if
there are any limitations in huntgroups size? Are there other solutions to
have huntgroups functionality (access control based on NAS-IP-Address or
Client-IP-Address) using IP address ranges?
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