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Radius server question

Anyone know if it's possible to have a machine auto login to a radius
server?

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Re: Radius server question

On Fri, 13 Jun 2008 16:14:40 GMT
"Stevo" <steveSPAM@LESSccgov.net> wrote:

> Anyone know if it's possible to have a machine auto login to a radius
> server?
>

Hi
I think if you use an 'expect' type script it should work.

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Re: Radius server question

Malcolm scribbled something like:

> Hi
> I think if you use an 'expect' type script it should work.


Would you mind going into a little more detail on that?
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Re: Radius server question

On Fri, 13 Jun 2008 17:10:19 GMT
"Stevo" <steveSPAM@LESSccgov.net> wrote:

> Malcolm scribbled something like:
>
> > Hi
> > I think if you use an 'expect' type script it should work.

>
> Would you mind going into a little more detail on that?

Hi
Never used it myself, but ex-colleagues have for logging into routers
via radius to get configs etc. Are you trying to login to the actual
radius host, or another machine that requires radius authentication?
What OS is the client?

I imagine it's just an expect, send type scenario.

http://www.gnulamp.com/expect.html

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Re: Radius server question

Malcolm scribbled something like:

> Hi
> Never used it myself, but ex-colleagues have for logging into routers
> via radius to get configs etc. Are you trying to login to the actual
> radius host, or another machine that requires radius authentication?
> What OS is the client?


Haven't set it up yet, but looking at it as an option.

Scenario is we have public internet pc's (XP) at our library that we're
considering using a radius server to have local content filtering
instead of proxying through some company in MN.

Ideally pc's would boot & auto-login to the radius server so patrons
wouldn't have to login to radius server to browse the web.
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