[Serusers] Is it possible to configure SER to authenticate from a third party db table?
garethholly at yahoo.com.au
Wed Aug 10 01:15:34 CEST 2005
Here's the info:
UserName Column: Username
Password Column: Password
I don't have a domain (or realm ) column because all
the users will always be on the same realm.
Is there anything else you need to know?
--- Jan Janak <jan at iptel.org> wrote:
> On 05-08-2005 13:42, Gareth Holly wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to configure SER to perform proxy
> > authentication using username and password
> > from a users table in my own database. Is this
> > possible? and if it is could you please point me
> > the direction of configuration examples?
> Yes, it is possible if you store passwords in
> plaintex. Please let me
> know the table definition and I will tell you how
> to configure it (i
> need to know the name of the database, table, and
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