i was puzzled now

Spacelee fjctlzy at gmail.com
Fri Jun 4 06:19:32 CEST 2010

i add an expiration to the group, but it seems i can only make a definite

what i want is all users registers to this group have the ability
user1 registers at 2010-1-1, and expiration time is 2010-1-2
user2 registers at 2010-1-2, and expiration time is 2010-1-3

i know i can add expiration to the radcheck separately such as
user1 expiration := 2010-1-2
user2 expiration := 2010-1-3

but it's not convenient, right?
i want to create a group which users registers to this group will be
expirated in one day...

2010/6/4 Tim Sylvester <tim.sylvester at networkradius.com>

>   Q1.what's the difference between radgroupcheck and radgroupreply?
> radgroupcheck is similar to radcheck. These tables are “checked” to
> authorize/authenticate a user.
> radgroupreply is similar to radreply. These tables have the attributes that
> are sent back to the NAS in the reply packet.
> use radusergroup to map users to groups.
> Q2. if i want to add a group which users in that group can have the
> limitation: it will expirate in 2 days? how to set the attribute...
>  If you want to send back an attribute for all users in a group, add an
> entry to radgroupreply.
> Tim
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