Release Notes: The Packet class has been improved to behave fully like a standard Python dictionary. This release no longer assumes that unknown attribute types do not need any decoding or encoding, which could cause invalid packets to be generated. Support has been added for the 'octets' data type as used by FreeRADIUS.
Release Notes: This release adds complete test coverage for pyrad. Several bugs were found and fixed during test writing, and the API has been cleaned up a little bit. pyrad is also available as an egg through the Python package index.
Release Notes: This release contains several bugfixes and small changes. Most noticably, the handling of the fd parameter throughout the server code has been corrected. A new issue tracker has been set up.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release for two problems. Time-handling in the client packet sending code which would loop forever since the now time was updated at the wrong moment was fixed. Passing of the dict parameter when creating reply packets was fixed.
Release Notes: The HandleAuthPacket and HandleAcctPacket hooks were added to the Server class. The dict attribute is now passed on when creating a reply packet. New attributes may be specified when using Server.CreateReplyPacket.
Release Notes: packet.VerifyReply() had a syntax error when not called with a raw packet A bind() method has been added to the Client class. Handling of timeouts in client module has been fixed: when a bad packet was received, pyrad immediately started the next retry instead of discarding it and waiting for a timeout. Acct-Delay-Time is correctly set when resending accounting requests packets. Account request packages are verified as well. This release protects against packets with bogus lengths.
Release Notes: This release is the result of more work on handling accounting packets. All parts of the code are now aware of the differences between authentication and accounting packets and deal with them accordingly. This did require a few API changes. A first shot was taken at adding twisted support through a new curved module.
Release Notes: This release adds more features and a small API change. It includes a (tested) RADIUS server implementation and the basis for a RADIUS proxy server.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release which fixes a few bugs and adds documentation before introducing new features in a new version. client.Timeout is now derived from Exception. epydoc documentation has been added (and is available online as well). Example RADIUS dictionaries have been added.
Release Notes: This release uses proper exceptions, encodes and decodes vendor attributes, and the dictionary can parse vendor dictionaries and can handle attribute values. This version enhances most constructors so that they now take extra optional parameters with initialisation info, and no longer uses obsolete Python interfaces like whrandom.