State machine implementation
claudiu at globtel.ro
Tue Jul 24 16:33:04 CEST 2007
Why you would need that?
You can rely on the freeradius modules to keep track of the
"session", no matter what "session" will mean to your
For example, I use freeradius (among others) to authorize an
incoming call, authenticate a PIN/caller id and then accept a
call to a specific destination and do the accounting (simple
calling-cards operation). Your "session" will have specific
stages, but you dont need a state machine INSIDE freeradius.
Freeradius does its job.. extracts the information
received with the radius protocol and passes it to the module
of your choice.
@: claudiu at globtel.ro
Tuesday, July 24, 2007, 12:06:54 PM, you wrote:
>Is there any state machine implementation of freeradius.
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