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Old 01-20-2012, 07:07 PM   #1
paluxton
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Sending user-name attribute in freeradius access-accept reply


We have a policy server that is being used between our NAS for wireless access and our radius server running on Centos 5.5. Radius uses a backend mysql database. Is there a way to send the user-name attribute (type 1) in the access-accept message back to the NAS? Along with the attributes present in the the radreply table?
Right now this attribute exists in the access-request sent from the NAS, but the policy server needs to also see it in the access-accept to apply the policy to the correctly authenticated user.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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