Programatically provision users to server.
tnt at kalik.net
tnt at kalik.net
Mon Dec 8 20:37:30 CET 2008
See also sqlcounters and Expiration attribute.
Kalik Informatika ISP
Dana 8/12/2008, "Matthew Carriere" <matthew.carriere at gmail.com> piše:
>So I was taking a look at the schema's provided on Github. Can someone
>narrow down for me what the workflow of provisioning a user would look
>Specifically what I need to do is authorize/de-authorize users using a
>timestamp. So what I am thinking is:
>1. I would provision users in my Rails application.
>2. Authenticated users would then be added to or looked up in a FreeRadius
>server schema (table?)
>3. FreeRadius users would need to 'timeout' or expire. Is this possible
>programatically? Would I have to run a sweep outside of FreeRadius to expire
>Does the mere presence of a user in a specific FreeRadius schema allow its
>access or does it make it 'available' to be given access? If that's the case
>how would I give them access programatically. I suspect there is another
>authorization table or something of the sort.
>Thanks again for the help.
>On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 1:15 PM, <tnt at kalik.net> wrote:
>> >Has anyone done this before in any language?
>> I've done it in ASP.NET (C#), php and perl (on separate occasions). You
>> actually have dialup admin (php) included with the server. That is not
>> under active development. daloRadius is (you will find the developer
>> lurking on this list).
>> >Any potential issues to
>> >watch out for?
>> Not much. Changes from version to version might require application
>> alterations. Schema, attributes, operators are not set in stone.
>> Ivan Kalik
>> Kalik Informatika ISP
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