IP Pool

tnt at kalik.co.yu tnt at kalik.co.yu
Thu Dec 6 14:02:00 CET 2007

How about multiple pools - one for each subnet. If I recall well, you add
all the ippools to post-auth section of radiusd.conf and use Pool-Name
:= DEFAULT. That worked some years ago. Haven't tried it lately.

Ivan Kalik
Kalik Informatika ISP

Dana 6/12/2007, "Marcelus Trojahn" <trojahn at i-next.psi.br> piše:

>Hi folks,
>I have a PPPoE server which authenticates the user on freeradius...
>Right now, the PPPoE server is in charge of assigning the IPs to the
>users but I want to do that via radius because I'm adding another PPPoE
>server on the network and OSPF routing...
>Problem is, I had a look on radiusd.conf and what I could understand is
>that I can only have pools on a same network (like, for
>instance)... But I need 1 big pool with IPs in different networks
>because my users receive valid public IP addresses...
>So, I need all users on the same pool and the pool has to have a bunch
>of differente IP ranges, not in order, like,
> and so on...
>Is that even possible?
>Marcelus Trojahn
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