MAC Auth (new problem)

tnt at tnt at
Tue Dec 16 12:55:35 CET 2008

Or fill with a single sql statement:

INSERT INTO radcheck (username, op attribute, value) SELECT value, ':='
AS op, Cleartext-Password (or Auth-Type) AS attribute, that fixed
password (or Accept - if you don't want to check mac passwords and opt
for auth type) AS value FROM radcheck WHERE

probably should add ON DUPLICATE blah, blah in order to prevent
duplication of mac-as-user entries.

Nataniel, populating this is trivial stuff. You should really put your
effort into creating a proper user database. If you AP is going to ask
for user nicknames and mac addresses as usernames, your database should
provide them - as usernames.

Ivan Kalik
Kalik Informatika ISP

Dana 16/12/2008, "Alan DeKok" <aland at> piše:

>Nataniel Klug wrote:
>> I would like to have this easy configuration but this is not possible at
>> the moment. Lazy = spend a lot of money...
>  Nonsense.  A short Perl script could walk through your existing DB,
>and re-write entries into another table, or add new entries to an
>existing table.
>  Alan DeKok.
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