How to use time period

Seferovic Edvin edvin.seferovic at
Tue May 16 15:34:09 CEST 2006

Hi !


YUP !! It does ! radiusLoginTime is the attribute in LDAP that u r looking
for. Simply set it to Al0800-1200 and you'll have ur time period. Depending
on your NAS the user will be kicked off at 12 AM.







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Sent: Dienstag, 16. Mai 2006 15:18
To: freeradius freeradius-users
Subject: How to use time period 


Good morning!!


I would like to authorize connection to the users to one time period stored
in Ldap base.   


 Example: The user Steeve can be connecting between 8h and 12h. So at the
time of the request for connection, freeradius will have to check if the
time of connection is between this time period. If its true freeradius send
accept but if it is wrong he send reject.


Does freedius manage that? Because I be not found information in connection
with that.




Ludovic Cailleau


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