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dialup_admin is a web based administration interface for the freeradius radius server. It is written in PHP4 (although the files have an extension of php3 for historical reasons). It is modular and right now it assumes that user information is stored in an ldap server or an sql database and accounting in an sql server. Extra documentation from Stadler Karel (<Karel.Stadler@psi.ch>): http://kstadler.ch/index.php?topgroupid=1&subgroupid=14&groupid=11 There is also a nice HOWTO in the doc folder INSTALLATION: Put dialup_admin in /usr/local/dialupadmin Create a link from your htdocs directory to /usr/local/dialupadmin/htdocs Edit /usr/local/dialupadmin/conf/* files to match your needs There are also a few more things included: * sql/badusers.sql: It will create a table named badusers which can be used to hold the history for badusers (date,action) * sql/userinfo.sql: It will create a table named userinfo which contains personal information for users stored in the sql database. This can be used if a sql database is used to store user profiles (not ldap). * bin/log_badlogins: It will constantly check the radiusd.log file and add all login-incorrect, invalid-user, outside of allowed login time and multiple-login cases to the radacct table with acctstarttime=acctstoptime, acctsessiontime=0 and acctterminatecause containing the reason. If the failing module sent back a module message then it will also appear in the terminate cause. You will need to setup the $mysql and $tmpfile variables to suite your mysql installation and needs. Perl module Date::Manip is needed by the script. * bin/clean_radacct: It will delete all entries in the radacct table with a starttime > 1 day and stoptime = 0. It will not do an harm even if it deletes valid entries since radiusd will fall back to insert if update fails. * bin/truncate_radacct: It will delete sessions from the radacct table which are older than a configurable number of days * bin/tot_stats: Update the totacct table with aggregated daily accounting information for each user. We keep a row per user for each day. * bin/monthly_tot_stats: Log in the mtotacct table aggregated accounting information for each user spaning in one month period. If the current month has not ended it will log information up to the current month day The structure of the tree is: conf:: Contains various configuration files. conf::admin.conf=> The main configuration file. The directives used should be easily understood conf::config.php3=> Just a helper php4 for reading the admin.conf file. conf::default.vals=> Contains the default values for check and reply items. If you also use the users file except for the ldap/sql databases fill in the default values you have inserted for the users.Else comment them out. conf::sql.attrs=> Contains inmformation about the sql attributes. This is used by the accounting report generator (accounting.php3). conf::user_edit.attrs=> Contains the attributes that user_edit.php3 will show. Just uncomment those which you want to be displayed. conf::extra.ldap-attrmap=> Contains a few items not included in ldap.attrmap which are used only by dialup_admin Things like User-Password and Dialup-Lock-Msg. Use none for attributes that are not known by the radius or ldap server. conf::sql.attrmap=> Contains the Attribute map for the sql database. Use none for attributes that are not known by the radius server. conf::auth.request=> Contains value pairs sent in the test packets which are sent from the test user/server pages. htdocs:: Contains the basic php files htdocs::index.html=> The main index file. Just contains the frames tags htdocs::content.html=> Change this file to include the greeting of your choise htdocs::buttons.php3=> This will open the corresponding buttons html file in the html/buttons folder htdocs::style.css=> CSS style file. Change it to match your preferences htdocs:: user_state.php3 => It can be used by outside pages to get a quick overview of the status of a user. It will return the following fields separated by new lines: account_status(active or inactive),lock message,weekly limit,daily limit, weekly used,weekly connections,daily used,daily connections, active sessions number,active sessions time htdocs:: user_finger.php3 => It will finger the nas(es) and show the logged in users. If an argument server is passed then it will only show users for the specific access server. If an argument usage_summary is passed then it will only show a line like: "Online: <num> Free: <num>" which can be used by other pages htdocs::failed_logins.php3 => It will show all the failed logins as logged in the radacct table by the log_badlogins script html:: Contains the html code for a few pages html::user_admin.html.php3 => html code for the user_admin page html::stats.html.php3 => html code for the stats page html::user_toolbar.html.php3 => the user toolbar (show,edit,accounting...) which appears in almost all pages html::group_toolbar.html.php3 => the toolbar shown in the group manipulation pages html::/buttons contains a folder default which contains a buttons.html.php3 file. When a user is connecting with http authentication we first try to open the file in the folder <username>. If that fails we open the file in the default folder. That way each admin can have a different view of the buttons bar (for example see different finger pages). lib:: Contains the library items lib::ldap=> The ldap files lib::lang=> Allow for multiple languages to be supported lib::crypt=> Allow for multiple encryption schemes (for user passwords) lib::sql=> Contains the sql library files. There is also a directory drivers which contains functions for various sql databases (mysql and postgresql for the time being). The rest: The rest are the php4 files. Normally, you should not need to change anything in them.