R: R: R: NAS-Identifier and radgroupcheck table

Ana Gallardo ana.gallardo.77 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 09:24:19 CEST 2010

Hello Alan, thank you for your response.

  Where is this coming from?

I put a default entry at the button of users file.


My users file:

debian:/etc/freeradius# cat users

DEFAULT   Auth-Type := Reject

bob    Cleartext-Password := "hello"
    Reply-Message = "Hola %{User-Name}"

>  The default configuration has *no* "Auth-Type = Reject" setting.  You
> have added this locally.
I follow this howto http://wiki.freeradius.org/SQL_Huntgroup_HOWTO and, at
the button said:

*Note: If you want to reject authentication by default then edit the
raddb/users file and add this: *

*DEFAULT   Auth-Type := Reject

*Then add Auth-Type Accept with := as op in radgroupcheck for each group. *

Sorry to ask again about that, but I can't get the correct configuration.

Thank you.

 Ana Gallardo Gómez
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