2006/5/16, Jonathan De Graeve <Jonathan dot De dot Graeve at imelda dot be>:
> Hi yourself
Hi again ;)
> Currently not (sorry) this behaviour maybe changed in a future version
Looking forward to it. As of now I add all hosts to the XML file and upload
a new version. Not really a big problem.
> possible. The user will have to authenticate with userid@domain (untested
> situation for m0n0wall)
that adds the realm when login is pressed.
> RADIUS accounting should work on IAS too.
And it does. I did my homework and on the eventlog on the Win2003 server
only errors, rejected and successful authentication requests are recorded.
However if one does tell IAS to log to a textfil you get the all data and
one can see that accounting stop/start and interim messages are sent. You
have to decode them yourself but the helpfile for IAS is rather good.
> > If I use the Session-Timeout attribute to disconnect users who can
> > for only 1 hour per day would it be possible to show the user how much
> > time
> > they have left when they login?
> This isn't possible. You can develop a 'ISP' webapplication where the user
> can login to see its current status (download/upload traffic remaining
> session time). We currently use such an application.
I think if I use the Redirection-Url and send them to a webserver I get
their ip-number and from that I should be able to find their username in the
redirurl before submitting the login form. However I'm not sure its worth
the time doing it, atleast for now.
> into the logout popup window which tells the user how many time there's left
> certainly can add it to the m0n0wall
It wouldn't be possible to add some variables that could be sent to the
Redirection-Url? Think of it as an form of feature-request for 2.x ;)
So in the logout box you have access to the Session-Timeout variable or how
do you do this?
If you want to get it working on windows too you will need spent time for
> debugging the issue with me. You can't expect somebody will mysteriously
> solve it for you without knowing your situation.
It does work! I was confused by the Windows EventLog, see above.