Net::Radius::Server::Set::Replace - Perform replacements on the RADIUS response
use Net::Radius::Server::Base qw/:set/;
my $replace = Net::Radius::Server::Set::Replace->new
result => NRS_SET_RESPOND,
vsattr => [
[ 'Cisco', 'cisco-avpair' => qr/datum=foo/ => 'bad=baz' ],
attr => [
[ 'Reply-Message', qr/Login Succesful/ => "Welcome home!!!\r\n\r\n",
'Reply-Message', qr/Invalid/ => "Go away stranger\r\n\r\n",
my $replace_sub = $set->mk;
"Net::Radius::Server::Set::Replace" provides a simple mechanism
allowing changes to be made to RADIUS packets.
See "Net::Radius::Server::Set" for general usage guidelines. The
relevant attributes that control the matching of RADIUS requests are:
- Takes a listref containing groups of three elements: The first is the name
of the attribute to replace. The second, is the replacement condition. It
must be true in order for the replacement to be completed. The third
element is the value to be stored in the named attribute.
The replacement condition can be of any of the following types:
- An exact match will be attempted.
- The value of the attribute must match the given regexp.
- The value of the attribute must be convertible into a
NetAddr::IP(3) subnet. In this case, the comparison matches if the
given NetAddr::IP(3) range contains the current attribute.
The comparison does not match if the attribute value cannot be converted
into a NetAddr::IP(3) object.
- The result of the invocation of this set method. See
"Net::Radius::Server::Set" for more information. The example
shown in the synopsis would cause an inmediate return of the packet. Other
set methods after the current one won't be called at all.
- Just as "attr", but dealing with
None by default.
Revision 1.4 2006/12/14 16:33:17 lem
Rules and methods will only report failures in log level 3 and
above. Level 4 report success and failure, for deeper debugging
Revision 1.3 2006/12/14 15:52:25 lem
Fix CVS tags
Luis E. Muñoz, <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 2006 by Luis E. Muñoz
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as Perl 5.8.6 itself.
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