This configuration is included with openradius-0.9.10 in examples/accounts.
It will not work with releases before 0.9.10.
This is an implementation of metered accounts, which can be used to create
pre-paid services. It currently uses a MySQL backend, but should be adaptable
to other databases without much effort.
It supports both parking meter and per minute metered accounts, and any
combination of the two.
This configuration contains a SQL script that must be loaded in addition to
schema.mysql, together with a behaviour file. When used with
configuration.sample-mysql from the examples directory, this implements
versatile balanced accounts.
Accounts can be limited using the following parameters:
an ending moment
a time slot length that allows the ending moment to be set at first login
a time balance
a caller ID, possibly set at first login
For each login made for account, the maximum allowed length of a session is
set according to the ending moment or the remaining number of seconds,
whichever happens earlier.
The expiry moment may be either preset by the administrator of the account, or
may be set at the fist login for an account, based on a time slot length given
in the table.
The time balance is tracked independently from the ending moment. Thus, you can
create accounts that allow eg. 24 hours of effective usage during one month,
starting at the first login.
You can find this configuration
here. Please see
for more technical documentation.