implementing network authentication
randeep123 at gmail.com
Thu May 28 07:09:27 CEST 2015
Thanks a lot Arran.
I'll check these.
On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 2:19 AM, Arran Cudbard-Bell <
a.cudbardb at freeradius.org> wrote:
> > The issues are:
> > I couldn't find any apis for the freeradius to create the plans or create
> > the users or specify the plan details. How can I do this?
> You write your own which interfaces with one of the supported backends,
> ldap, sql, redis, flatfiles etc.
> > We will be using mysql along with FreeRadius.
> > What I understood from the google is the radius will send the VSA to the
> > NAS for limiting the user access. But from where the FreeRadius will get
> > these values?
> > Can we write this to the mysql tables?
> Yes. Use the radcheck/radreply tables from the schema that ships with the
> > And I learned that the NAS will update the Radius about the usage
> > periodically. But to which table in FreeRadius this will be written?
> > And will the freeRadius will compare the total data the user consumed and
> > his limit when the radius validate the next request from the user? Is
> > any rules we need to write for this?
> yes. But it's deployment specific. Generally you perform the check when
> receiving an Accounting-Request and do something when the use is overlimit.
> The something might be sending a disconnect-request to the NAS.
> > We would like to use PPPoE for auth. We have to run the PPPoE on
> > also the ip pools we have to allot there?
> You can do either. If you use pools on the server the IP address is
> in the Framed-IP-Address attribute.
> > And we would like to do two kind of logins.
> > 1. A browser page redirection when the user tries to start using
> > Which asks for password and username.
> > 2. PPPoE dialer for android
> > Can you guys please clear these or suggest if any other better scenario
> > implementing this kind of solution?
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