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    brz
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    Hello all,

    I’d like to assign Workstations in an LDAP Directory for wired 802.1X auth with a VLAN by groupmembership. This works great with a standalone freeradius, but seems to be a bit more complicated in zeroshell. I have to enter a special users file with vlan assignment by LDAP-Group. The radiusd.conf has to trigger cert-auth and after that to search for LDAP-Groups. What would be the best (or is there a ) way to implement this in ZeroShell. I think I’ve read all posts here, but couldn’t figure out if and how I can customize ZS for this. Just copying the files into DB didn’t work for me. Do I have to remaster for that?
    Sorry if I should’ve missed something, but maybe someone knows a trick (even a cheap one) to get around this.

    Besides this Problem, this is the most exciting distro since Gentoo for me. Thank you very much for this piece…

    #46665

    brz
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    For anyone searching for a solution for this: For i was in need of special radius-setup without local accounts and with ldap-groupmembership, the best way was to start the radius server with a local config in /Database/ . To do this put a file named radius there and copy it in /etc/init.d/ after startup. (Setup/Startup/Pre-Boot -> cp -f /Database/radius /etc/init.d/)

    exchange — > loadproc $SCRIPTS/radius_start >/dev/null
    with —> loadproc /Database/radius_start >/dev/null

    The file radius_start needs to have

    radiusd -d /Database/myconfig/raddb

    and the proper setup in radiusd.conf under /Database/myconfig/raddb

    The Zeroshell logging and start/stop-stuff will work with this,

    Sorry for crippling the ZeroShell-setup, but this is the best way for my needs with this very fine distribution.

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