newbie questions using freeradius as wifi access point
wcarter at webitects.com
Thu Jul 28 02:00:44 CEST 2005
Thanks for pointing in the right direction with rlm_sqlcounter. I think I
have it working correctly, but I am not seeing how the following situation
can be accounted for.
The Max-All-Session attribute is working great if I want to allow a user to
buy a block of time and they can use it in increments. But say I want a user
to be able to buy a block of time that will expire at a certain time
regardless of how long they spend online during that time.
Can you give me an idea of the direction I should go to accomplish this?
Thanks again for the help and please excuse my ignorance as I am just
muddling through this.
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[mailto:freeradius-users-bounces at lists.freeradius.org] On Behalf Of Alan
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 4:35 PM
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Subject: Re: newbie questions using freeradius as wifi access point
"Will Carter" <wcarter at webitects.com> wrote:
> 1. I have a separate database from radius that authenticates the user's
> login/password. I delete all rows from from radcheck for this user. I
> all rows from radreply for this user. I add back a radcheck record and
> radreply session-timeout record that corresponds to how much time left
> they have paid for. Now I log them in (using an xml command to my nas).
Wow... why not just use the "sqlcounter" module, which keeps track
of all of this for you?
> The underlying problem with this set up is that
... it's unnecessarily complicated.
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