same username different password on different NAS
rthornt at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 16 22:11:03 CET 2011
That gives me a good place to start. Sounds so much easier to manage. Much
From: Craig Campbell <craig.campbell at ccraft.ca>
To: FreeRadius users mailing list <freeradius-users at lists.freeradius.org>
Sent: Wed, March 16, 2011 2:44:01 PM
Subject: Re: same username different password on different NAS
Sound like a configuration (a job for :> ) "realms".
Each location would be a different realm, so the seemingly overlapping
username "manger" would in fact be a unique "manager at realm-X".
On Wednesday, March 16, 2011, Richard Thornton <rthornt at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am just learning about freeradius now, and would like to see if I can use it
>to manage access and logging for users at a few hundred locations. Each remote
>office has between 1 and 50 users, and at first glance freeradius will do the
>job, but I just noticed a problem with overlapping usernames. I am not sure if
>I need to use virtual servers, or if there is a better / easier way.
> The problem is that each location may have a user with the same login name as a
>different location. For a simple example, each site could have a login of
>"manager", but the manager username at each site would probably pair up with a
> Without using virtual servers, is there a way to link the username "manager" to
>the NAS name or IP of the location? I'm picturing
> something like the radcheck table containing an additional field for NAS such
>that freeradius would key off the combined of NAS address and username fields,
>rather than just the username field.
> I am not opposed to using virtual servers if that is a better idea, but I'm
>worried about the overhead of several hundred of them... Any ideas or pointers
>to docs would be appreciated.
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