multiply Cisco-AVPair request attribute process by regular expression

A.L.M.Buxey at A.L.M.Buxey at
Mon Apr 29 09:39:29 CEST 2013


>    i test it , but if i use  Cisco-AVPair[0]  and  Cisco-AVPair[1]  first one
>    and second one is not working.

you need to check which attribute is which.

>    Do i need to to move them in some variable then use regular exertion
>    ?(soothing like this) :
>    value0 := %{Cisco-AVPair[0]}
>    value1 := %{Cisco-AVPair[1]}

you could so, but it makes no real difference....and you'd also have to use a variable
which makes sense to the server eg Tmp-String-0

as already pointed out, Cisco-AVPair[1] appears to mean nothing to you, its Cisco-AVPair[2]
which contains the circuit-id-tag request that you want.....but if you actually ran in
full debug mode and posted the output of that then that would be obvious. you sill havent posted
the radiusd -X output as requested many times so help ends here


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