I've been using this solution for years, so i'm not a newbie.. but I'm stumped or at least confused.
I'm running 4.92 on ubuntu with apache. I've configured apache and iptrack for radius. Radius authentication works fine for 'user stuff'. When I try to log in as 'admin' to do user tasks (add users, etc) it seems to want a local admin account instead of using the radius server. Is this normal? So here's the catch - it acts like it wants the local account, but when I use it, it wont authenticate.
I'm a little confused at what parts of the app are auth via radius, what is using local credentials, etc. I'm fighting "authorization failed" problems.
You are correct - external authentication is only for "user stuff", not admin functions. You need to be very careful where you place your .htaccess file. It must be in the /ipplan/user directory, not the ipplan root. See the ipplan faq at http://iptrack.sf.net for more.
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