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NAME

       rlm_always - FreeRADIUS Module

DESCRIPTION

       The  rlm_always module provides a simple way to "always" return a value
       during the processing of a  configuration  section.   The  module  does
       nothing other than return a configured value.

       The main configuration item to be aware of is:

       rcode  This  module  will  always return with the rcode specified.  The
              default, if none specified is: fail (RLM_MODULE_FAIL).

       The valid options are:

       reject RLM_MODULE_REJECT

       fail   RLM_MODULE_FAIL

       ok     RLM_MODULE_OK

       handled
              RLM_MODULE_HANDLED

       invalid
              RLM_MODULE_INVALID

       userlock
              RLM_MODULE_USERLOCK

       notfound
              RLM_MODULE_NOTFOUND

       noop   RLM_MODULE_NOOP

       updated
              RLM_MODULE_UPDATED

CONFIGURATION

              modules {
                ...
                always ok {
                   rcode = ok
                }
                ...
              }
               ...
              authorize {
                ...
                redundant {
                   sql1          # try to find the user in sql1
                   sql2          # try to find the user in sql2
                   ok            # if still not found, it’s OK.
                }
                ...
              }

SECTIONS

       authorization,   authentication,   postauthentication,   preaccounting,
       accounting, preproxy, postproxy

FILES

       /etc/raddb/radiusd.conf

SEE ALSO

       radiusd(8), radiusd.conf(5)

AUTHOR

       Chris Parker, cparker@segv.org

                                3 February 2004                  rlm_always(5)