LDAP check attributes

ludovic cailleau ludoviccailleau at yahoo.fr
Wed May 17 13:47:13 CEST 2006

Yes, your explanation is clear. But I think that you must affect a default vlan at each user. Because the filter of ldap module is the same for each request and for your example the filter works for ‘test2’ but for ‘test3’ the Cisco-AVpair attributes is vacuum and it’s normal if he don’t works.
  Sorry, but I have not other solution.
   Ludovic Cailleau

Antonio Matera <antonio.matera at create-net.it> a écrit :    
test2 Cisco-AVPair == "ssid=VLAN2", User-Password == "passwd2"
Tunnel-Medium-Type = IEEE-802,
Tunnel-Private-Group-Id = 2,
Tunnel-Type = VLAN

test3 User-Password == "passwd3"
Tunnel-Medium-Type = IEEE-802,
Tunnel-Private-Group-Id = 3,
Tunnel-Type = VLAN

test2 can connect to vlan2 only with ssid=VLAN2.
test3 can connect to vlan3 with any ssid.
This configuration works ed I want the same using only ldap module 
without user file.

I hope that my explanation is clear.

Bye Antonio
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