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# freeradius
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#### Table of Contents

1. [Overview](#overview)
2. [Module Description - What the module does and why it is useful](#module-description)
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3. [Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality](#usage)
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    * [Classes](#classes)
       * [`freeradius`](#freeradius)
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       * [`freeradius::status_server`](#freeradiusstatus_server)
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       * [`freeradius::control_socket`](#freeradiuscontrol_socket)
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    * [Resources](#resources)
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       * [`freeradius::attr`](#freeradiusattr)
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       * [`freeradius::blank`](#freeradiusblank)
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       * [`freeradius::cert`](#freeradiuscert)
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       * [`freeradius::client`](#freeradiusclient)
       * [`freeradius::config`](#freeradiusconfig)
       * [`freeradius::dictionary`](#freeradiusdictionary)
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       * [`freeradius::home_server`](#freeradiushomeserver)
       * [`freeradius::home_server_pool`](#freeradiushomeserverpool)
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       * [`freeradius::instantiate`](#freeradiusinstantiate)
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       * [`freeradius::ldap`](#freeradiusldap)
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       * [`freeradius::listen`](#freeradiuslisten)
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       * [`freeradius::module::ldap`](#freeradiusmoduleldap)
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       * [`freeradius::krb5`](#freeradiuskrb5)
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       * [`freeradius::module`](#freeradiusmodule)
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       * [`freeradius::module::ippool`](#freeradiusmoduleippool)
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       * [`freeradius::module::linelog`](#freeradiusmodulelinelog)
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       * [`freeradius::module::detail`](#freeradiusmoduledetail)
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       * [`freeradius::module::files`](#freeradiusmodulefiles)
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       * [`freeradius::module::eap`](#freeradiusmoduleeap)
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       * [`freeradius::module::preprocess`](#freeradiusmodulepreprocess)
       * [`freeradius::module::huntgroup`](#freeradiusmodulehuntgroup)
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       * [`freeradius::module::perl`](#freeradiusmoduleperl)
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       * [`freeradius::policy`](#freeradiuspolicy)
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       * [`freeradius::realm`](#freeradiusrealm)
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       * [`freeradius::site`](#freeradiussite)
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       * [`freeradius::sql`](#freeradiussql)
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       * [`freeradius::statusclient`](#freeradiusstatusclient)
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       * [`freeradius::template`](#freeradiustemplate)
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       * [`freeradius::virtual_module`](#freeradiusvirtual_module)
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4. [Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.](#limitations)
5. [Development - Guide for contributing to the module](#development)
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## Overview

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This module installs and configures [FreeRADIUS](http://freeradius.org/) server
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on Linux. It supports FreeRADIUS 3.x only. It was designed with CentOS in mind
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This module requires Puppet 4.0.0 or greater. Puppet 3.x was
[discontinued](https://puppet.com/misc/puppet-enterprise-lifecycle) at
the end of 2016.

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| `jgazeley/freeradius` | FreeRADIUS  |
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| 3.x                   | 3.x         |
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| 2.x                   | 3.x         |
| 1.x                   | 2.x and 3.x |
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## Module Description

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This module installs FreeRADIUS from a distro-provided package and installs a
number of customised config files to enable flexibility. It then provides some
helpers to allow you to easily configure virtual servers (sites), modules, clients
and other config items. Most of these items accept a flat config file which you
supply either as a static file or a template - similar to the `source` and `content`
parameters in Puppet's `file` resource.
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This module is designed to make it more straightforward for RADIUS administrators to
deploy RADIUS servers using Puppet. This module does not serve as a wizard and does
not avoid having to have an understanding of FreeRADIUS.
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## Usage
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This module provides several classes and defined types which take parameters.
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### Classes
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#### `freeradius`
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The `freeradius` class installs the base server. In the early releases, this class does not
have many parameters as most values are hard-coded. I am working on parameterising more
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of the global settings to increase flexibility. Patches are welcome.

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##### `control_socket`
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Use of the `control_socket` parameter in the freeradius class is deprecated. Use the `freeradius::control_socket` class instead.
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##### `correct_escapes`
Use correct backslash escaping in unlang. Default: `true`

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##### `max_requests`
The maximum number of requests which the server keeps track of. This should be 256 multiplied by the number of clients. Default: `4096`

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##### `max_request_time`
The maximum time (in seconds) to handle a request. Default: `30`

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##### `max_servers`
Limit on the total number of servers running. Default: `4096`

##### `mysql_support`
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Install support for MySQL. Note this only installs the package. Use `freeradius::sql` to configure SQL support. Default: `false`
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##### `perl_support`
Install support for Perl. Default: `false`

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##### `preserve_mods`
Leave recommended stock modules enabled. Default: `true`

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##### `utils_support`
Install FreeRADIUS utils. Default: `false`

##### `ldap_support`
Install support for LDAP. Default: `false`

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##### `dhcp_support`
Install support for DHCP. Default: `false`

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##### `krb5_support`
Install support for Kerberos. Default: `false`

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##### `wpa_supplicant`
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Install `wpa_supplicant` utility. Default: `false`
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Add the radius user to the winbind privileged group. You must install winbind separately. Default: `false`.
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##### `log_destination`
Configure destination of log messages. Valid values are `files`, `syslog`, `stdout` and `stderr`. Default: `files`.

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##### `syslog_facility`
Configure which syslog facility to use when `log_destination` is set to `syslog`. Default: `daemon`.

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Add a syslog rule (using the `saz/rsyslog` module). Default: `false`.
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##### `log_auth`
Log authentication requests (yes/no). Default: `no`.

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##### `package_ensure`
Choose whether the package is just installed and left (`installed`), or updated every Puppet run (`latest`). Default: `installed`

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```puppet
class { 'freeradius':
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  max_requests    => 4096,
  max_servers     => 4096,
  mysql_support   => true,
  perl_support    => true,
  utils_support   => true,
  wpa_supplicant  => true,
  winbind_support => true,
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  log_auth        => 'yes',
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}
```

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#### `freeradius::status_server`

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The `freeradius::status_server` class enabled the [status server](http://wiki.freeradius.org/config/Status).
To remove the status server, do not include this class and the server will be removed.
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##### `secret`
The shared secret for the status server. Required.

##### `port`
The port to listen for status requests on. Default: `18121`

##### `listen`
The address to listen on. Defaults to listen on all addresses but you could set this to `$::ipaddress` or `127.0.0.1`.  Default: `*`

```puppet
  # Enable status server
  class { 'freeradius::status_server':
    port   => '18120',
    secret => 't0pSecret!',
  }
```

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#### `freeradius::control_socket`

The `freeradius::control_socket` class enables the control socket which can be used with [RADMIN](http://freeradius.org/radiusd/man/radmin.html).
To remove the control socket, do not include this class and the socket will be removed.

##### `mode`
Whether the control socket should be read-only or read-write. Choose from `ro`, `rw`. Default: `ro`.

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```puppet
  # Enable control socket
  class { 'freeradius::control_socket':
    mode => 'ro',
  }
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#### `freeradius::attr`
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Install arbitrary attribute filters from a flat file. These are installed in an appropriate module config directory.
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The contents of the `attr_filter` module are automatically updated to reference the filters.
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##### `key`

Specify a RADIUS attribute to be the key for this attribute filter. Enter only the string part of the name.
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##### `prefix`

Specify the prefix for the attribute filter name before the dot, e.g. `filter.post_proxy`. This is usually set
to `filter` on FR2 and `attr_filter` on FR3. Default: `filter`.

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```puppet
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  source => 'puppet:///modules/site_freeradius/eduroamlocal',
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#### `freeradius::blank`

Selectively blank certain stock config files that aren't required. This is preferable to deleting them
because the package manager will replace certain files next time the package is upgraded, potentially
causing unexpected behaviour.

The resource title should be the relative path from the FreeRADIUS config directory to the file(s) you
want to blank. You can pass multiple files in an array.

```puppet
freeradius::blank { 'sites-enabled/default': }

freeradius::blank { [
  'sites-enabled/default',
  'eap.conf',
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```

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#### `freeradius::cert`

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Install certificates as provided. These are installed in `certs`. Beware that any certificates *not* deployed by Puppet will be purged from this directory.
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```puppet
freeradius::cert { 'mycert.pem':
  source => 'puppet:///modules/site_freeradius/mycert.pem',
  type   => 'key',
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```puppet
freeradius::cert { 'mycert.pem':
  content => '<your key/cert content here>',
  type    => 'key',
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##### `type`

Set file permissions on the installed certificate differently depending on whether this is a private key or a public certificate. Note that the default is to treat the file as a private key and remove world-readable privileges. Allowable values: `cert`, `key`. Default: `key`.

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#### `freeradius::client`

Define RADIUS clients as seen in `clients.conf`

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```puppet
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# Single host example
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freeradius::client { "wlan-controller01":
  ip        => '192.168.0.1',
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  secret    => 'testing123',
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  shortname => 'wlc01',
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  nastype   => 'other',
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  port      => '1645-1646',
  firewall  => true,
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freeradius::client { "wlan-controllers":
  ip        => '192.168.0.0/24',
  secret    => 'testing123',
  shortname => 'wlc01',
  nastype   => 'other',
  port      => '1645-1646',
  firewall  => true,
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```puppet
# Huntgroup Example
freeradius::client { "asa01":
  ip         => '192.168.0.1',
  secret     => 'testing123',
  huntgroups => [
    { name       => 'firewall',
      conditions => [ 'NAS-IP-Address == 192.168.0.1' ] },
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The IPv6 address of the client or range in CIDR format. `ip` and `ip6` are mutually exclusive but one must be supplied. Default: `undef`.
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A short alias that is used in place of the IP address or fully qualified hostname provided in the first line of the section. Defaults to resource name.
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##### `proto`
Transport protocol used by the client. If unspecified, defaults to "udp", which is the traditional RADIUS transport. Valid values are `udp`, `tcp` or `*` for both of them. Default: `undef`.

##### `require_message_authenticator`
Old-style clients do not send a Message-Authenticator in an Access-Request.  RFC 5080 suggests that all clients SHOULD include it in an Access-Request. Valid values are `yes` and `no`. Default: `no`.

##### `login`
Login used by checkrad.pl when querying the NAS for simultaneous use. Default: `undef`.

##### `password`
Password used by checkrad.pl when querying the NAS for simultaneous use. Default: `undef`.

##### `coa_server`
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A pointer to the `home_server_pool` OR a `home_server` section that contains the CoA configuration for this client. Default: `undef`.
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##### `response_window`
Response window for proxied packets. Default: `undef`.

##### `max_connections`
Limit the number of simultaneous TCP connections from a client. It is ignored for clients sending UDP traffic. Default: `undef`.

##### `lifetime`
The lifetime, in seconds, of a TCP connection. It is ignored for clients sending UDP traffic. Default: `undef`.

##### `idle_timeout`
The idle timeout, in seconds, of a TCP connection. It is ignored for clients sending UDP traffic. Default: `undef`.

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##### `port`
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The UDP port that this virtual server should listen on. Leave blank if this client is not tied to a virtual server. Currently the port number is only used to create firewall exceptions and you only need to specify it if you set `firewall => true`. Use port range syntax as in [`puppetlabs-firewall`](https://forge.puppetlabs.com/puppetlabs/firewall). Default: `undef`.
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##### `firewall`
Create a firewall exception for this virtual server. If this is set to `true`, you must also supply `port` and either `ip` or `ip6`. Default: `false`.
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Array of attributes to assign to this client. Default: empty.

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##### `huntgroups`
Array of hashes, each hash defines one freeradius::huntgroup. Hash keys are all passed to a new instance of freeradius::huntgroup.

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  source => 'puppet:///modules/site_freeradius/realm-checks.conf',
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```puppet
freeradius::config { 'realm-checks.conf':
  content => template('your_template),
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```puppet
freeradius::dictionary { 'mydict':
  source => 'puppet:///modules/site_freeradius/dictionary.mydict',
}
```
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#### `freeradius::home_server`

This section defines a "Home Server" which is another RADIUS server that gets sent proxied requests.

##### `secret`

The shared secret use to "encrypt" and "sign" packets between FreeRADIUS and the home server.

##### `type`

Home servers can be sent Access-Request packets or Accounting-Request packets. Allowed values are:
* `auth` Handles Access-Request packets
* `acct`  Handles Accounting-Request packets
* `auth+acct` Handles Access-Request packets at "port" and Accounting-Request packets at "port + 1"
* `coa` Handles CoA-Request and Disconnect-Request packets.

Default: `auth`

##### `ipaddr`

IPv4 address or hostname of the home server. Specify one of `ipaddr`, `ipv6addr` or `virtual_server`

##### `ipv6addr`

IPv6 address or hostname of the home server. Specify one of `ipaddr`, `ipv6addr` or `virtual_server`

##### `virtual_server`

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These requests CANNOT be proxied again, however. The intent is to have the local server handle packets
when all home servers are dead. Specify one of `ipaddr`, `ipv6addr` or `virtual_server`

##### `port`

The port to which packets are sent. Usually 1812 for type "auth", and  1813 for type "acct".
Older servers may use 1645 and 1646. Use 3799 for type "coa" Default: `1812`

##### `proto`
The transport protocol. If unspecified, defaults to "udp", which is the traditional
RADIUS transport. It may also be "tcp", in which case TCP will be used to talk to
this home server. Default: `udp`

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#### `freeradius::home_server_pool`

##### `home_server`

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An array of one or more home servers (this must be an array even if you only have one home server). The names
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Note that ALL home servers listed here have to be of the same type. i.e. they all have to be "auth", or they all have to
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The type of this pool controls how home servers are chosen.

* `fail-over` the request is sent to the first live home server in the list.  i.e. If the first home server is marked "dead", the second one is chosen, etc.
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* `client-balance` the home server is chosen by hashing the source IP address of the packet. This configuration is most useful to do simple load balancing for EAP sessions
* `client-port-balance` the home server is chosen by hashing the source IP address and source port of the packet.
* `keyed-balance` the home server is chosen by hashing (FNV) the contents of the Load-Balance-Key attribute from the control items.

The default type is `fail-over`.

##### `virtual_server`

A `virtual_server` may be specified here.  If so, the "pre-proxy" and "post-proxy" sections are called when
the request is proxied, and when a response is received.

##### `fallback`

If ALL home servers are dead, then this "fallback" home server is used. If set, it takes precedence over any realm-based
fallback, such as the DEFAULT realm.

For reasons of stability, this home server SHOULD be a virtual server. Otherwise, the fallback may itself be dead!

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#### `freeradius::huntgroup`

Define a huntgroup given a name and the conditions under which a huntgroup matches a client.

```puppet
freeradius::huntgroup { 'switchaccess':
  huntgroup  => 'switchaccess',
  conditions => [
    'NAS-IP-Address == 192.168.0.1'
  ]
}
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##### `huntgroup`
Name of the huntgroup to assign, if conditions are all met. Default to the resource title.

##### `conditons`
Array of conditions which are used to match the client, each element should contain a condition in the form of 'Key == Value'.

##### `type`


##### `home_server`


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#### `freeradius::instantiate`

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```puppet
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freeradius::instantiate { 'mymodule': }
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#### `freeradius::ldap`
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Configure LDAP support for FreeRADIUS

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Whether the site should be present or not.

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LDAP account for searching the directory. Optional.
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##### `sasl`
SASL parameters to use for admin binds to the ldap server. This is a hash with 3 possible keys:

* `mech`: The SASL mechanism used.
* `proxy`: SASL authorizatino identity to proxy.
* `realm`: SASL realm (used for kerberos)

Default: `{}`

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Unless overridden in another section, the dn from which all searches will start from. Required.

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##### `valuepair_attribute`
Generic valuepair attribute. If set, this attribute will be retrieved in addition to any mapped attributes. Default: `undef`.

##### `update`
Array with mapping of LDAP directory attributes to RADIUS dictionary attributes. Default: `[]`

##### `edir`
Se to `yes` if you have eDirectory and want to use the universal password mechanisms. Possible values are `yes` and `no`. Default: `undef`.

##### `edir_autz`
Set to `yes`if you want to bind as the user after retrieving the Cleartest-Password. Possible values are `yes` and `no`. Default: `undef`.

##### `user_base_dn`
Where to start searching for users in the LDAP tree. Default: `${..base_dn}`.

##### `user_filter`
Filter for user objects. Default: `uid=%{%{Stripped-User-Name}-%{User-Name}})`

##### `user_sasl`
SASL parameters to use for user binds to the ldap server. This is a hash with 3 possible keys:

* `mech`: The SASL mechanism used.
* `proxy`: SASL authorizatino identity to proxy.
* `realm`: SASL realm (used for kerberos)

Default: `{}`

##### `user_scope`
Search scope for users. Valid values are `base`, `one`, `sub` and `children`. Default: `undef` (`sub` is applied).

##### `user_sort_by`
Server side result sorting. A list of space delimited attributes to order the result set by. Default: `undef`.

##### `user_access_attribute`
If this undefined, anyone is authorized. If it is defined, the contents of this attribute determine whether or not the user is authorised. Default: `undef`.

##### `user_access_positive`
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##### `group_base_dn`
Where to start searching for groups in the LDAP tree. Default: `${..base_dn}`.

##### `group_filter`
Filter for group objects. Default: `'(objectClass=posixGroup)'`.

##### `group_scope`
Search scope for groups. Valid values are `base`, `one`, `sub` and `children`. Default: `undef` (`sub` is applied).

##### `group_name_attribute`
Attribute that uniquely identifies a group. Default: `undef` (`'cn'` is applied).

##### `group_membership_filter`
Filter to find group objects a user is member of. That is, group objects with attributes that identify members (the inverse of `group_membership_attribute`). Default: `undef`.

##### `group_membership_attribute`
The attribute in user objects which contain the namos or DNs of groups a user is a member of. Default: `'memberOf'`.

##### `group_cacheable_name`
If `group_cacheable_name` or `group_cacheable_dn` are enabled, all group information for the user will be retrieved from the directory and written to LDAP-Group attributes appropiaate for the instance of rlm_ldap. Default: `undef`.

##### `group_cacheable_dn`
If `group_cacheable_name` or `group_cacheable_dn` are enabled, all group information for the user will be retrieved from the directory and written to LDAP-Group attributes appropiaate for the instance of rlm_ldap. Default: `undef`.

##### `group_cache_attribute`
Override the normal cache attribute (`<inst>-LDAP-Group` or `LDAP-Group` if using the default instance) and create a custom attribute. Default: `undef`.

##### `group_attribute`
Override the normal group comparison attribute name (`<inst>-LDAP-Group` or `LDAP-Group` if using the default instance). Default: `undef`.

##### `profile_filter`
Filter for RADIUS profile objects. Default: `undef`.

##### `profile_default`
The default profile. This may be a DN or an attribute reference. Default: `undef`.

##### `profile_attribute`
The LDAP attribute containing profile DNs to apply in addition to the default profile above. Default: `undef`.

##### `client_base_dn`
Where to start searching for clients in the LDAP tree. Default: `'${..base_dn}'`.

##### `client_filter`
Filter to match client objects. Default: `'(objectClass=radiusClient)'`.

##### `client_scope`
Search scope for clients. Valid values are `base`, `one`, `sub` and `children`. Default: `undef` (`sub` is applied).

##### `read_clients`
Load clients on startup. Default: `undef` (`'no'` is applied).

##### `dereference`
Control under which situations LDAP aliases are followed. May be one of `never`, `searching`, `finding` or `always`. Default: `undef` (`always` is applied).

##### `chase_referrals`
With `rebind` control whether the server follows references returned by LDAP directory. Mostly used for AD compatibility. Default: `yes`.

##### `rebind`
With `chase_referrals` control whether the server follows references returned by LDAP directory. Mostly used for AD compatibility. Default: `yes`.

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##### `use_referral_credentials`
On rebind, use the credentials from the rebind url instead of admin credentials. Default: `no`.

##### `session_tracking`
If `yes`, then include draft-wahl-ldap-session tracking controls. Default: `undef`.

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##### `uses`
How many times the connection can be used before being re-established. This is useful for things
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##### `retry_delay`
The number of seconds to wait after the server tries to open a connection, and fails. Default: `30'.

##### `lifetime`
The lifetime (in seconds) of the connection. Default: `0` (forever).

##### `idle_timeout`
Idle timeout (in seconds). A connection which is unused for this length of time will be closed. Default: `60`.

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##### `connect_timeout`
Connection timeout (in seconds). The maximum amount of time to wait for a new connection to be established. Default: `3.0`.

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##### `idle`
Sets the idle time before keepalive probes are sent. Default `60`

This option may not be supported by your LDAP library. If this configuration entry appears in the
output of `radiusd -X` then it is supported. Otherwise, it is unsupported and changing it will do nothing.

##### `probes`
Sets the maximum number of keepalive probes TCP should send before dropping the connection. Default: `3`

This option may not be supported by your LDAP library. If this configuration entry appears in the
output of `radiusd -X` then it is supported. Otherwise, it is unsupported and changing it will do nothing.

##### `interval`
Setss the interval in seconds between individual keepalive probes. Default: `3`

This option may not be supported by your LDAP library. If this configuration entry appears in the
output of `radiusd -X` then it is supported. Otherwise, it is unsupported and changing it will do nothing.

##### `timeout`
Number of seconds to wait for LDAP query to finish. Default: `10`

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##### `timelimit`
Seconds LDAP server has to process the query (server-side time limit). Default: `20`.

##### `ldap_debug`
Debug flag for LDAP SDK. Default: `0x0028`.

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##### `start`
Connections to create during module instantiation. If the server cannot create specified number of
connections during instantiation it will exit. Set to 0 to allow the server to start without the
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##### `max`
Maximum number of connections. Default: `${thread[pool].max_servers}`

##### `spare`
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##### `starttls`
Set this to 'yes' to use TLS encrypted connections to the LDAP database by using the StartTLS extended operation.
The StartTLS operation is supposed to be used with normal ldap connections instead of using ldaps (port 636) connections

Default: `no`

##### `cafile`
Path to CA cert file for TLS

##### `certfile`
Path to cert file for TLS

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##### `capath`
Path to CA cert files for TLS

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##### `keyfile`
Path to key file for TLS

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##### `random_file`
Random file used for TLS operations. Default: `undef` (`'/dev/urandom'` is used).

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##### `requirecert`
Certificate Verification requirements. Choose from:
'never' (do not even bother trying)
'allow' (try, but don't fail if the certificate cannot be verified)
'demand' (fail if the certificate does not verify)
'hard'  (similar to 'demand' but fails if TLS cannot negotiate)

Default: `allow`

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#### `freeradius::krb5`
Configure Kerberos support for FreeRADIUS

##### `keytab`
Full path to the Kerberos keytab file

##### `principal`
Name of the service principal

##### `start`
Connections to create during module instantiation. If the server cannot create specified number of
connections during instantiation it will exit. Set to 0 to allow the server to start without the
directory being available. Default: `${thread[pool].start_servers}`

##### `min`
Minimum number of connections to keep open. Default: `${thread[pool].min_spare_servers}`

##### `max`
Maximum number of connections. Default: `${thread[pool].max_servers}`

##### `spare`
Spare connections to be left idle. Default: `${thread[pool].max_spare_servers}`
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#### `freeradius::listen`

Define listening interface

##### `type`
Type of listener. Must be one of `auth`, `acct`, `proxy`, `detail`, `status`, `coa`. Default: `auth`

##### `ip`
The IPv4 address of the interface to listen. `ip` and `ip6` are mutually exclusive. Default: `undef`

##### `ip6`
The IPv6 address of the interface to listen. `ip` and `ip6` are mutually exclusive. Default: `undef`

##### `port`
Default: `undef`

##### `max_connections`
Default : `16`

##### `lifetime`
Default : `0`

##### `idle_timeout`
Default : `30`

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Install a module from a flat file, or enable a stock module that came with your distribution of
FreeRADIUS. Modules are installed into `mods-available` and automatically symlinked into
`mods-enabled`, to ensure compatibility with package managers. Any files in this directory that
are *not* managed by Puppet will be removed.
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# Enable a stock module
freeradius::module { 'pap':
  preserve => true,
}
```

```puppet
# Install a custom module from a flat file
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freeradius::module { 'buffered-sql':
  source => 'puppet:///modules/site_freeradius/buffered-sql',
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freeradius::module { 'buffered-sql':
  content => template('some_template.erb)',
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#### `freeradius::module::ippool`

Install a `ippool` module

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `range_start`
The first IP address of the pool.

##### `range_stop`
The last IP address of the pool.

##### `netmask`
The network mask used for the pool

##### `cache_size`
The gdbm cache size for the db files. Default: number of IP address in the range.

##### `filename`
The main db file used to allocate address. Default: `${db_dir}/db.${name}`

##### `ip_index`
Helper db index file. Default: `${db_dir}/db.${name}.index`

##### `override`
If set, the Framed-IP-Address already in the reply (if any) will be discarded. Default: `no`.

##### `maximum_timeout`
Maximum time in seconds that an entry may be active. Default: `0` (no timeout).

##### `key`
The key to use for the session database. Default: `undef`.

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#### `freeradius::module::linelog`
Install and configure linelog module to log text to files.

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `filename`
The file where the logs will go. Default: `${logdir}/linelog`.

##### `escape_filenames`
If UTF-8 characters should be escaped from filename. Default: `no`.

##### `permissions`
Unix-style permissions for the log file. Default: `0600`.

##### `group`
The Unix group which owns the log file. Default: `undef`.

##### `syslog_facility`
Syslog facility (if logging via syslog). Default: `undef` (`daemon`).

##### `syslog_severity`
Syslog severity (if logging via syslog). Default: `undef` (`info`).

##### `format`
The default format string. Default: `This is a log message for %{User-Name}`.

##### `reference`
If it is defined, the line string logged is dynamically expanded and the result is used to find another configuration entry here, with the given name. That name is then used as the format string. Default: `messages.%{%reply:Packet-Type}:-default}`.

##### `messages`
Array of messages. The messages defined here are taken from the `reference` expansion. Default: `[]`.

##### `accounting_request`
Array of messages. Similar to `messages` but for accounting logs.

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#### `freeradius::module::detail`

Install a detail module to write detailed log of accounting records.

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `filename`
The file where the detailed logs will go. Default: `${radacctdir}/%{%{Packet-Src-IP-Address}:-%{Packet-Src-IPv6-Address}}/detail-%Y%m%d`.

##### `escape_filenames`
If UTF-8 characters should be escaped from filename. Default: `no`.

##### `permissions`
Unix-style permissions for the log file. Default: `0600`.

##### `group`
The Unix group which owns the log file. Default: `undef`.

##### `header`
Header to use in every entry in the detail file. Default: `undef` (`%t`).

##### `locking`
Enable if a detail file reader will be reading this file. Default: `undef`.

##### `log_packet_header`
Log the package src/dst IP/port. Default: `undef`.

##### `suppress`
Array of (sensitive) attributes that should be removed from the log. Default: `[]`.

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#### `freeradius::module::files`
Install a `file` module with users in freeradius.

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `moddir`
Directory where the users file is located. Default: `${modconfdir}/${.:instance}`.

##### `key`
The default key attribute to use for matches. Default: `undef`.

##### `filename`
The (old) users style filename. Default: `${moddir}/authorize`.

##### `usersfile`
Accepted for backups compatibility. Default: `undef`.

##### `acctusersfile`
Accepted for backups compatibility. Default: `undef`.

##### `preproxy_usersfile`
Accepted for backups compatibility. Default: `undef`.

##### `users`
Array of hashes with users entries (see "man users"). If entry in the hash is an array which valid keys are:

* `login`: The login of the user.
* `check_items`: An array with check components for the user entry.
* `reply_items`: An array with reply components for the user entry.

For example:
```puppet
freeradius::module::files {'myuserfile':
  users => [
    {
      login => 'DEFAULT',
      check_items => [
        'Realm == NULL'
      ],
      reply_items => [
        'Fall-Through = No
      ],
    },
  ],
}
```

will produce a user file like:
```
DEFAULT Realm == NULL
  Fall-Through = No
```

You should use just one of `users`, `source` or `content` parameters.

##### `source`
Provide source to a file with the users file. Default: `undef`.

You should use just one of `users`, `source` or `content` parameters.

##### `content`
Provide the content for the users file. Default: `undef`.

You should use just one of `users`, `source` or `content` parameters.

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#### `freeradius::module::eap`
Install a module for EAP configuration

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `default_eap_type`
Default EAP type. Default: `md5`.

##### `timer_expire`
How much time an entry is maintained in the list to correlate EAP-Response packets with EAP-Request packets. Default: `60`.

##### `ignore_unknown_eap_types`
By setting this options to `yes`, you can tell the server to keep processing requests with an EAP type it does not support. Default: `no`.

##### `cisco_accounting_username_bug`
Enables a work around to handle Cisco AP1230B firmware bug. Default: `no`.

##### `max_sessions`
Maximum number of EAP sessions the server tracked. Default: `${max_requests}`.

##### Parameters to configure EAP-pwd authentication.

###### `eap_pwd`
If set to `true` configures EAP-pwd authentication. Default: `false`.

###### `pwd_group`
`group` used in pwd configuration. Default: `undef`.

###### `pwd_server_id`
`server_id` option in pwd configuration. Default: `undef`.

###### `pwd_fragment_size`
`fragment_size` option in pwd configuration. Default: `undef`.

###### `pwd_virtual_server`
The virtual server which determines the "known good" password for the user in pwd authentication. Default: `undef`.

##### Parameters to configure Generic Tocken Card

###### `gtc_challenge`
The default challenge. Default: `undef`

###### `gtc_auth_type`
`auth_type` use in GTC. Default: `PAP`.

##### Parameters for TLS configuration

###### `tls_config_name`
Name for the `tls-config`. It normally should not be used. Default: `tls-common`.

###### `tls_private_key_password`
Private key password. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_private_key_file`
File with the private key of the server. Default: `${certdir}/server.pem`.

###### `tls_certificate_file`
File with the certificate of the server. Default: `${certdir}/server.pem`.

###### `tls_ca_file`
File with the trusted root CA list. Default: `${certdir}/ca.pem`.

###### `tls_auth_chain`
When setting to `no`, the server certificate file MUST include the full certificate chain. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_psk_identity`
PSK identity (if OpenSSL supports TLS-PSK). Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_psk_hexphrase`
PSK (hex) password (if OpenSSL supports TLS-PSK). Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_dh_file`
DH file. Default: `${certdir}/dh`.

###### `tls_random_file`
Random file. Default: `undef` (`/dev/urandom`).

###### `tls_fragment_size`
Fragment size for TLS packets. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_include_length`
If set to no, total length of the message is included only in the first packet of a fragment series. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_check_crl`
Check the certificate revocation list. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_check_all_crl`
Check if intermediate CAs have been revoked. Default: `undef`.

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Path to the CA file. Default: `${cadir}`.
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###### `tls_check_cert_issuer`
If set, the value will be checked against the DN of the issuer in the client certificate. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_check_cert_cn`
If it is set, the value will be xlat'ed and checked against the CN in the client certificate. Default: `undef`

###### `tls_cipher_list`
Set this option to specify the allowed TLS cipher suites. Default: `DEFAULT`.

###### `tls_disable_tlsv1_2`
Disable TLS v1.2. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_ecdh_curve`
Elliptical cryptography configuration. Default: `prime256v1`.

###### `tls_cache_enable`
Enable TLS cache. Default: `yes`.

###### `tls_cache_lifetime`
Lifetime of the cached entries, in hours. Default: `24`.

###### `tls_cache_max_entries`
The maximum number of entries in the cache. Default: `255`.

###### `tls_cache_name`
Internal name of the session cache. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_cache_persist_dir`
Simple directory-based storage of sessions. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_verify_skip_if_ocsp_ok`
If the OCSP checks suceed, the verify section is run to allow additional checks. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_verify_tmpdir`
Temporary directory where the client certificates are stored. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_verify_client`
The command used to verify the client certificate. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_ocsp_enable`
Enable OCSP certificate verification. Default: `no`.

###### `tls_ocsp_override_cert_url`
If set to `yes` the OCSP Responder URL is overrided. Default: `yes`.

###### `tls_ocsp_url`
The URL used to verify the certificate when `tls_ocsp_override_cert_url` is set to `yes`. Default: `http://127.0.0.1/ocsp/`.

###### `tls_ocsp_use_nonce`
If the OCSP Responder can not cope with nonce in the request, then it can be set to `no`. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_ocsp_timeout`
Number of seconds before giving up waiting for OCSP response. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_ocsp_softfail`
To treat OCSP errors as _soft_. Default: `undef`.

###### `tls_virtual_server`
Virtual server for EAP-TLS requests. Default: `undef`.

##### Parameters for TTLS configuration

###### `ttls_default_eap_type`
Default EAP type use inside the TTLS tunnel. Default: `md5`.

###### `ttls_copy_request_to_tunnel`
If set to `yes`, any attribute in the ouside of the tunnel but not in the tunneled request is copied to the tunneled request. Default: `no`.

###### `ttls_use_tunneled_reply`
If set to `yes`, reply attributes get from the tunneled request are sent as part of the outside reply. Default: `no`.

###### `ttls_virtual_server`
The virtual server that will handle tunneled requests. Default: `inner-tunnel`.

###### `ttls_include_length`
If set to no, total length of the message is included only in the first packet of a fragment series. Default: `undef`.

###### `ttls_require_client_cert`
Set to `yes` to require a client certificate. Default: `undef`.

###### Parameters for PEAP configuration

###### `peap_default_eap_type`
Default EAP type used in tunneled EAP session. Default: `mschapv2`.

###### `peap_copy_request_to_tunnel`
If set to `yes`, any attribute in the ouside of the tunnel but not in the tunneled request is copied to the tunneled request. Default: `no`.

###### `peap_use_tunneled_reply`
If set to `yes`, reply attributes get from the tunneled request are sent as part of the outside reply. Default: `no`.

###### `peap_proxy_tunneled_request_as_eap`
Set the parameter to `no` to proxy the tunneled EAP-MSCHAP-V2 as normal MSCHAPv2. Default: `undef`.

###### `peap_virtual_server`
The virtual server that will handle tunneled requests. Default: `inner-tunnel`.

###### `peap_soh`
Enables support for MS-SoH. Default: `undef`.

###### `peap_soh_virtual_server`
The virtual server that will handle tunneled requests. Default: `undef`.

###### `peap_require_client_cert`
Set to `yes` to require a client certificate. Default: `undef`.

##### Parameters for MS-CHAPv2 configuration

###### `mschapv2_send_error`
If set to `yes`, then the error message will be sent back to the client. Default: `undef`.

###### `mschapv2_identity`
Server indentifier to send back in the challenge. Default: `undef`.

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#### `freeradius::module::preprocess`
Install a preprocess module to process _huntgroups_ and _hints_ files.

##### `ensure`
If the module should `present` or `absent`. Default: `present`.

##### `moddir`
Directory where the preprocess' files are located. Default: `${modconfdir}/${.:instance}`.

##### `huntgroups`
Path for the huntgroups file. Defaut: `${moddir}/huntgroups`.

##### `hints`
Path for the hints file. Default `${moddir}/hints`.

##### `with_ascend_hack`
This hack changes Ascend's weird port numbering to standar 0-??? port numbers. Default: `no`.

##### `ascend_channels_per_line`
Default: `23`.

##### `with_ntdomain_hack`
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##### `with_specialix_jetstream_hack`
Set to `yes` if you are using a Specialix Jetstream 8500 access server. Default: `no`.

##### `with_cicso_vsa_hack`
Set to `yes` if you are using a Cisco or Quintum NAS. Default: `no`.

#### `freeradius::module::huntgroup`

Creates a huntgroup entry in a huntgroup file (see `freeradius::module::preprocess`)

##### `conditions`
Array of rules to match in this huntgroup.

##### `order`
Order of this huntgroup in the huntgroup files. This is the `order` parameter for the underlying `concat::fragment`. Default: `50' .

##### `huntgroup`
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#### `freeradius::module::perl`

Installs the Perl module [rlm_perl](https://wiki.freeradius.org/modules/rlm_perl) with more advanced configuration

```puppet
freeradius::module::perl { 'somename':
  perl_filename  => 'scriptname.pl',
  path           => "puppet:///modules/profiles/radius_proxy/",
  function_names => $function_names,
}
```
##### `perl_filename`
Filename of the Perl script.

##### `path`
The path of the source file on the Puppet server.

##### `function_names`
If different function names to default are used, or if seperate functions for accounting start and stop are used, just pass a hash of default and actual function names.
```puppet
$function_names = {
  "func_authenticate"     => "alternative_name",
  "func_start_accounting" => "start_function",
  "func_stop_accounting"  => "stop_function",
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#### `freeradius::realm`

Define a realm in `proxy.conf`. Realms point to pools of home servers.

##### `virtual_server`

Set this to "proxy" requests internally to a virtual server. The pre-proxy and post-proxy sections are run just as with any
other kind of home server.  The virtual server then receives the request, and replies, just as with any other packet.
Once proxied internally like this, the request CANNOT be proxied internally or externally.

##### `auth_pool`

For authentication, the `auth_pool` configuration item should point to a `home_server_pool` that was previously
defined.  All of the home servers in the `auth_pool` must be of type `auth`.

##### `acct_pool`

For accounting, the `acct_pool` configuration item should point to a `home_server_pool` that was previously
defined.  All of the home servers in the `acct_pool` must be of type `acct`.

##### `pool`

If you have a `home_server_pool` where all of the home servers are of type `auth+acct`, you can just use the `pool`
configuration item, instead of specifying both `auth_pool` and `acct_pool`.

##### `nostrip`

Normally, when an incoming User-Name is matched against the realm, the realm name is "stripped" off, and the "stripped"
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Install a virtual server (a.k.a. site) from a flat file. Sites are installed into `sites-available`
and automatically symlinked into `sites-enabled`, to ensure compatibility with package managers.
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##### `ensure`

Whether the site should be present or not.

##### `source`

Provide source to a file with the configuration of the site. Default: `undef`.

##### `content`

Provide content for the configuartion of the site. Default: `undef`.

##### `authorize`

Array of options (as String) for the authorize section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `authenticate`

Array of options (as String) for the authenticate section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `preacct`

Array of options (as String) for the preacct section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `accounting`

Array of options (as String) for the accounting section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `session`

Array of options (as String) for the session section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `post_auth`

Array of options (as String) for the post-auth section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `pre_proxy`

Array of options (as String) for the pre-proxy section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `post_proxy`

Array of options (as String) for the post-proxy section of the site. This parameter is
ignored if `source` or `content`are used. Default: [].

##### `listen`

Array of listen definitions for the site. This parameter is ignored if `source` or
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#### `freeradius::sql`

Configure SQL connections. You can define multiple database connections by
invoking this resource multiple times. If you are using MySQL, don't forget to
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```puppet
freeradius::sql { 'mydatabase':
  database  => 'mysql',
  server    => '192.168.0.1',
  login     => 'radius',
  password  => 'topsecret',
  radius_db => 'radius',
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##### `database`

Default: `undef`. Required. Specify which FreeRADIUS database driver to use. Choose one of `mysql`, `mssql`, `oracle`, `postgresql`

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##### `login`

Default: `radius`. Username to connect to the databae.

##### `password`

Default: `undef`. Required. Password to connect to the database.

##### `radius_db`

Default: `radius`. Name of the database. Normally you should leave this alone. If you are using Oracle then use this instead:
`(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=localhost)(PORT=1521))(CONNECT_DATA=(SID=your_sid)))`.

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you will see errors like "No connections available and at max connection limit". Setting
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##### `lifetime`

Default: `0`. Lifetime of an SQL socket. If you are having network issues such as TCP sessions expiring, you may need to set the socket
lifetime. If set to non-zero, any open connections will be closed `$lifetime` seconds after they were first opened.

##### `max_queries`

Default: `0`. Maximum number of queries used by an SQL socket. If you are having issues with SQL sockets lasting "too long", you can
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Default: `null`. Puppet fileserver path to a file which contains your SQL queries, i.e. `dialup.conf`. This
option is intended to be a replacment for `query_file`, which requires separate deployment of the file. This
option allows you to specify a Puppet-managed custom `dialup.conf` which is installed and loaded automatically.
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##### `acct_table1`

If you want both stop and start records logged to the same SQL table, leave this as is.  If you want them in
different tables, put the start table in `$acct_table1` and stop table in `$acct_table2`. Default : `radacct`

##### `acct_table2`

If you want both stop and start records logged to the same SQL table, leave this as is.  If you want them in
different tables, put the start table in `$acct_table1` and stop table in `$acct_table2`. Default : `radacct`

##### `postauth_table`

Table for storing data after authentication

##### `authcheck_table`

Default: `radcheck`

##### `authreply_table`

Default: `radreply`

##### `groupcheck_table`

Default: `radgroupcheck`

##### `groupreply_table`

Default: `radgroupreply`

##### `usergroup_table`

Table to keep group info. Default: `radusergroup`

##### `read_groups`

If set to `yes` (default) we read the group tables. If set to `no` the user MUST have `Fall-Through = Yes`
in the radreply table. Default: `yes`.

##### `deletestalesessions`

Remove stale session if checkrad does not see a double login. Default: `yes`.

##### `sqltrace`

Print all SQL statements when in debug mode (-x). Default: `no`.

##### `sqltracefile`

Location for SQL statements to be stored if `$sqltrace = yes`. Default:
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##### `connect_failure_retry_delay`

Number of seconds to dely retrying on a failed database connection (per socket). Default: `60`.

##### `nas_table`

Table to keep radius client info. Default: `nas`.

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Set to `yes` to read radius clients from the database (`$nas_table`) Clients will ONLY be read on server startup. For performance
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##### `pool_start`

Connections to create during module instantiation. Default: 1.

##### `pool_min`

Minimum number of connnections to keep open. Default: 1.

##### `pool_spare`

Spare connections to be left idle. Default: 1.

##### `pool_idle_timeout`

Idle timeout (in seconds). A connection which is unused for this length of time will
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Connection timeout (in seconds). The maximum amount of time to wait for a new
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Define RADIUS clients, specifically to connect to the status server for monitoring.
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##### `secret`
required. The RADIUS shared secret used for communication between the client/NAS and the RADIUS server.

##### `port`
Default: `undef`. The UDP port that this virtual server should listen on. Leave blank if this client is not tied to a virtual server.

##### `shortname`
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Define template items that can be referred to in other config items

##### `source`

Provide source to a file with the template item. Specify only one of `source` or `content`.

##### `content`

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Define a virtual module which consists of one or more other modules, for failover or
load-balancing purposes.

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or `group`. See [virtual modules](http://wiki.freeradius.org/config/Fail-over#virtual-modules)
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  submodules => ['ldap1', 'ldap2'],
  type       => 'redundant-load-balance',
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## Limitations

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This module is targeted at FreeRADIUS 3.x running on CentOS 7. It will not work on
FreeRADIUS 2.x. It has not been thoroughly tested on other distributions, but
might work. Likely sticking points with other distros are the names of packages,
services and file paths.
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## Development

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This module was written primarily for internal use - features we haven't needed to
use probably haven't been written. Please send pull requests with new features and
bug fixes. You are also welcome to file issues but I make no guarantees of
development effort if the features aren't useful to my employer.