SV: SV: EXEC Access-challenge

Thomas Raabo - Zitcom A/S tr at
Thu Oct 11 12:53:55 CEST 2012

How do you change the order it phil?

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Sendt: 11. oktober 2012 12:44
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Emne: Re: SV: EXEC Access-challenge

On 11/10/12 10:57, Thomas Raabo - Zitcom A/S wrote:
> Thats seems like a way to go.
> But your right... Its very hard to find documentation on this topic.

Sure. The assumption is that Access-Challenge methods are generated by auth method code in "rlm". It's a testament to how flexible the server is that you can *do* it in unlang/perl/etc. - but it's not well documented.

> Changed it and now
> It seems that update check I checket way before th script.
> ++[sql] returns ok
> ++[expiration] returns noop
> ++[logintime] returns noop
> [pap] Normalizing SHA-Password from hex encoding
> [pap] WARNING: Auth-Type already set.  Not setting to PAP
> ++[pap] returns noop

I think this is in the wrong order. You've checked for "updated" before 
you've run the "exec" command.
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