Example listed in huntgroup file does not work

tnt at kalik.co.yu tnt at kalik.co.yu
Tue Dec 11 22:28:54 CET 2007

Example is fine. "Reply" items apply only to the huntgroup under which
they are listed. They won't apply to others even with the same name.
Try this (not sure if Huntgroup-Name works in preprocess):

alphen         NAS-IP-Address ==
alphen         NAS-IP-Address ==
let_in       Huntgroup-Name == alphen
 		User-Name == test1,
		User-Name == test2

Normally, you would add those users to a group and use Huntgroup-Name
check in radgroupcheck.

Ivan Kalik
Kalik Informatika ISP

Dana 11/12/2007, "Reynolds, Walter" <waltr at umich.edu> piše:

>I have tried to set up a huntgroup to match based on the example that is
>given in the file itself, but am not getting expected results.  I want
>to limit the users that can connect to specific NAS's which works well
>if there is only one NAS in the huntgroup, but does not work for more
>than one.  So I am sure that there is something simple I am missing
>Following is what I have.  It will prevent user test3 from
>authenticating on, but not .5
>alphen         NAS-IP-Address ==
>alphen         NAS-IP-Address ==
>			User-Name == test1,
>			User-Name == test2
>So why does the authorize section not see the first NAS listed in the
>huntgroup?  I have many boxes that need the same users while limiting
>all others.  This could be done with a huntgroup for each NAS, but then
>if a user changes I am forced to modify every huntgroup.   I am using
>1.1.6.  Thanks.
>Walt Reynolds
>Principal Systems Security Development Engineer
>Information Technology Central Services
>University of Michigan
>(734) 615-9438
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