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documentation [2014-01-02 16:24]
nkukard [Overrides]
documentation [2014-01-05 18:59] (current)
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-====== Work In Progress ====== +moved to own namespace
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-====== Installation ====== +
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-  * [[Requirements]] +
-  * [[Installing]] +
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-===== Plugin: Statistics ===== +
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-====== Configuring ====== +
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-===== System Settings ===== +
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-===== Interface Groups ===== +
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-===== Classes ===== +
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-===== Overrides ===== +
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-Overrides can be specified using various matching criteria below... +
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-  * PoolIdentifier +
-  * Username +
-  * IPAddress +
-  * Group (future) +
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-Matching occurs in the following way... +
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-  - Start with only PoolIdentifier in the check list +
-  - If the pool has 1 member, then add Username, IPAddress and Group to the check list list +
-  - If ALL items specified in the check list match, and NONE mismatch, add to the list of matches +
-  - Process the list of matches from least number of matches to highest number (one match, two matches, three matches, in this order) and apply the overrides +
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-Notes: +
-  * Obviously if there is a match with a PoolIdentifier and Username, but this pool has more than 1 pool member it will not match. The Username, IPAddress and Group is only added if there is ONE pool member. +
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-  * Take this scenario: Add a pool named "​test1"​ and pool member with IP 192.168.1.1 and username "​joe",​ apply an override to IP '​192.168.1.1'​. The override is applied. Add a second pool member with IP '​192.168.1.2'​ to the same pool. The override will be removed. Remove the pool member with IP '​192.168.1.2',​ the override will be applied again. +
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-===== Plugin: Radius ===== +
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-====== Administration ====== +
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