The values in the RadATConfigs table have no bearing whatsoever on whether
or not your filters work. The following information is passed by Radius to
the NAS regarding filters:
Attribute (Framed-Filter) - this tells it to use a filter defined on the NAS
Attribute Value (the name of the filter, based on what you named it on the
All of the rest of the processing is done by the NAS for that particular
session based on the properties of the filter you defined on the NAS.
Radius only tells it the name of the filter to use.
You must review your NAS documentation to find information on how to build
filters for it specifically. You will then allow traffic between the user's
IP address for that session and the IP address of the mail server. If your
NAS supports it, you may also be able to restrict access to certain ports
(25 and 110 for mail traffic only), but that is not a function of Radius.
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From: skarim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, April 15, 1999 3:06 AM
Subject: [RadiusNT] How to restrict users to use email only
:I would like to ask about frammed filters coz i dont have any tutorials
about it. I wanna know how to implement a row in RADATconfig table or in
RADConfig table. How data and value are to be calculated for filters in/out
:This was my previous mail.
:I wanna know how can I rstrict users to use only SMTP and POP3. I know for
that purpose I have to use Framed Filters and a row in RadATConfigs table.
But what data shoult be placed in that table.
: RadATConfigID 1
: AccountType Email
: RadAttributeID 11
: Data ????
: Value ????
: RadVendorID 0
: RadVendorType 0
: RadCheck ????
:Are these configurations are correct if not then what will be the correct?
:Plzzz reply me soon.