[radius] Freeradius/MySql problem
radius at kingmanaz.net
Sat Jul 2 19:42:44 CEST 2005
OK, let me try this way, when our wholesale provider receives a realm,
they know where
to send the request.
If the user sends RADIUS at kingmanaz.net or radius at kingmanaz.net
our radius regardless if I have lower_user before/after/no
They will be authenticated either way.
If we force it lower on our end, does not force lower on their end.
It's a mess. They said only this month they were going to issue credits
and that I needed to get my end to deny UPPER case logins.
I set the lower_user lower and lower_pass to no and a user will
all RADOUS at kingmanaz.net will be authenticated. I guess mysql
doesn't care if it's upper or lower.
Nick Marino wrote:
> In the config file you can set it to force all lower case.
> I had this problem and solved it by changing it in the config.
> Nick Marino - IT Solutions
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Radius" <radius at kingmanaz.net>
> To: <freeradius-users at lists.freeradius.org>
> Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2005 12:10 PM
> Subject: [radius] Freeradius/MySql problem
>> I currently run ver.0.9.3
>> I have MySql database that is used with FreeRadius.
>> What were are having a problem with is that if the
>> user logs in with UPPER-NAME or lower-name
>> either one works.
>> I have tried lower_user & lower_pass before/after/no
>> and the radius system still authenticates all UPPER-CASE.
>> With this we are getting double billed by our wholesale
>> provider because they run unix based also and it sees
>> both as valid log ins because we authenticated them.
>> When we built our MySql we use with the setup in FreeRadius.
>> Has anyone else had this and how did you fix this to keep
>> everyone lower case.
>> Bob Ross
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