[isf-wifidog] Radius usage

listserv.traffic at sloop.net listserv.traffic at sloop.net
Mar 13 Mai 16:58:58 EDT 2008

Radius is read-only.

You'll have to find a way to get them into the Radius DB.
I use a public WiFi setup, and thus I just use the "users" file in
radius to setup public/common logins.

I don't beleive that there are ANY mechanisms for WD to put data into
Radius - it only authenticate against a radius server.


> Hi,

>         Thanks... Saw all that... Thats how to check an id/pass once its
> IN Radius. I don't find any code where when a user decides to request
> a new account, that it CREATES the user in Radius.

>                 Thanks, Tuc

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