(perl) A parser for Microsoft IAS-formatted log entries
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NAME
    Parse::IASLog - A parser for Microsoft IAS-formatted log entries.

SYNOPSIS
    Function Interface:

      use strict;
      use Data::Dumper;
      use Parse::IASLog;

      while (<>) {
            chomp;
            my $record = parse_ias( $_ );
            next unless $record;
            print Dumper( $record );
      }

    Object Interface:

      use strict;
      use Data::Dumper;
      use Parse::IASLog;

      my $ias = Parse::IASLog->new();

      while (<>) {
            chomp;
            my $record = $ias->parse( $_ );
            next unless $record;
            print Dumper( $record );
      }

DESCRIPTION
    Parse::IASLog provides a convenient way of parsing lines of text that
    are formatted in Microsoft Internet Authentication Service (IAS) log
    format, where attributes are logged as attribute-value pairs.

    The parser takes lines of IAS-formatted text and returns on successful
    parsing a hashref record containing the applicable RADIUS attributes and
    values.

    The module provides a perl implementation of the Iasparse tool.

FUNCTION INTERFACE
    Using the module automagically imports 'parse_ias' into your namespace.

    parse_ias
        Takes a string of IAS-formatted text. Returns a hashref on success
        or undef on failure. See below for the format of the hashref
        returned.

OBJECT INTERFACE
  CONSTRUCTOR
    new Creates a new Parse::IASLog object.

  METHODS
    parse
        Takes a string of IAS-formatted text. Returns a hashref on success
        or undef on failure.

        The hashref will contain RADIUS attributes as keys. The following
        'header' attributes should always be present:

          'NAS-IP-Address', The IP address of the NAS sending the request;
          'User-Name', The user name that is requesting access;
          'Record-Date', The date that the log was written;
          'Record-Time', The time that the log was written;
          'Service-Name', The name of the service that is running in the RADIUS server;
          'Computer-Name', The name of the RADIUS server;

AUTHOR
    Chris "BinGOs" Williams <chris@bingosnet.co.uk>

SEE ALSO
    <http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/bb643123.aspx>

    <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RADIUS>