VLAN Attribute ?

Difan Zhao difan.zhao at guest-tek.com
Tue Apr 20 22:27:16 CEST 2010

You have to send some attributes to the switch. I am using Cisco
switches and here are the attributes that I need to send to the switch
to switch the port to VLAN 3:

bob	  Cleartext-Password := "test"
        Tunnel-Type:0 = VLAN,
        Tunnel-Medium-Type:0 = IEEE-802,
        Tunnel-Private-Group-Id:0 = "3",
        Tunnel-Preference = 0x000000

Other switch vendor may use different attributes.

I add these attributes in the "users" file. I am not using SQL. Don't
know how to pull the attributes via sql...

Hope it helps,

Difan Zhao M.Eng
Network Engineer
difan.zhao at guest-tek.com
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Subject: VLAN Attribute ?


I'm seting up a FreeRadius Server using SQL backend to store 
informations about NAS, Users and Groups. I search the Attribute to use 
to allow a group in a VLAN of my switch.

My setup permit to authenticate a user and the group of the user. But 
what is the attribute to use in table radreply or radgroupreply to put 
the port of my switch in the good vlan ?

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