Release Notes: Fixes to radius.cgi for reports and IC-ISP integration.
Release Notes: Bug fixes and enhancements were made. See the changelog for more details.
Release Notes: Addition of ascend binary and secret patches, cleanups to the return codes in SQL codes, and fixes for a make install problem, a proxy bug, potential memory leaks, and a file handle problem while using CISCO_ACCOUNTING_HACK.
Release Notes: New radwho and radlast read from radacct table, new radius.conf options to have seperate accounting server/db, control number of SQL connection in the config file, and various documentation updates.
Release Notes: Fixes for the HINTS code, updates to cistron 1.6.3, a new testrad written in Perl, and automatic allocating of SQL strings to avoid overruns.
Release Notes: Resolution of the USR dictionary problem, usage.cgi now can authenticate from RADIUS, a new radacct_summary table and script to summarize old sessions to keep the size of the accounting table down, and Sensitiveuser is default to off again to avoid SQL query length problem on large tables.
Release Notes: radius.cgi now features realms and NAS's. It can also remove sessions from login status, and display socket usage time as well as how long authreq took to process. Cistron utmp/wtmp logging was removed. A conf.h option called CISCO_ACCOUNTING_HACK was added and, when enabled, will ignore zero-length sessions unless an existing session is found.
Release Notes: Fixes for a problem with multiple attributes assigned to a user not working because of the group code, userimport.pl, and a paircmp() that broke from Cistron that allowed Nas-IP-Address, NAS-Port-Id, etc. to be used as check items, and a new Activation attribute which allows you to specifiy the date an account becomes active.
Release Notes: Fixes were made for a problem with garbled usernames in accounting packet handling and a problem in MySQL >= 3.22.24. The functions now have better have SQL support. radius.cgi and usage.cgi were updated. Better SIGHUP handling was implemented.