rlm_always

Section: FreeRADIUS Module (5)
Updated: 3 February 2004
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NAME

rlm_always - FreeRADIUS Module  

DESCRIPTION

The rlm_always module provides a simple way to "always" return a value during the processing of a configuration section. The module does nothing other than return a configured value.

The main configuration item to be aware of is:

rcode
This module will always return with the rcode specified. The default, if none specified is: fail (RLM_MODULE_FAIL).

The valid options are:

reject
RLM_MODULE_REJECT
fail
RLM_MODULE_FAIL
ok
RLM_MODULE_OK
handled
RLM_MODULE_HANDLED
invalid
RLM_MODULE_INVALID
userlock
RLM_MODULE_USERLOCK
notfound
RLM_MODULE_NOTFOUND
noop
RLM_MODULE_NOOP
updated
RLM_MODULE_UPDATED
 

CONFIGURATION

modules {
  ...

  always ok {
       rcode = ok


  }

  ...
}

 ...
authorize {
  ...

  redundant {
     sql1          # try to find the user in sql1

     sql2          # try to find the user in sql2

     ok            # if still not found, it's OK.

  }
  ...
}

 

SECTIONS

authorization, authentication, postauthentication, preaccounting, accounting, preproxy, postproxy

 

FILES

/etc/raddb/radiusd.conf

 

SEE ALSO

radiusd(8), radiusd.conf(5)  

AUTHOR

Chris Parker, cparker@segv.org


 

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