[strongSwan] How to use sqlcounter to disconnect a user after reaching the daily quota?

Noel Kuntze noel.kuntze+strongswan-users-ml at thermi.consulting
Wed Jan 3 23:14:24 CET 2018


That's a freeRadius problem, too. Please take it to its community.

Kind regards


On 25.12.2017 18:45, Houman wrote:
> Hello & Merry Christmas.
> I have managed to enable accounting after all and it seems that the module sqlcounter is loaded too.
> Looking at the documentation here <https://freeradius.org/radiusd/man/rlm_counter.txt>
> The  rlm_counter  module  provides  a general framework to measure total data transferred in a given period. This is very useful in a 'Prepaid Service' situation, where a user has paid for a  finite  amount  of  usage and should not be allowed to use more than that service. 
> This is perfect as I need exactly that.
> It seems I have to change count_attribute to data usage in order to measure the usage instead of time.
> Nonetheless, I'm very confused how I'm supposed to utilise this module.
> I can see the module is loaded when I run it as freeradius -X.
> But how do I set it up to allow each user only 3 GB of data usage within a month?
> Or even for testing purposes 100KB on daily basis?
> When the month or day has passed, then the user should be allowed access again.
> Which config file do I have to edit?
> Many Thanks for your advice,
> Houman

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