How to use the pyrad.dictionary.Dictionary function in pyrad

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github greearb / hostap-ct / tests / hwsim / View on Github external
self.t_events = t_events

            while not t_events['stop'].is_set():
                for (fd, event) in self._poll.poll(1000):
                    if event == select.POLLIN:
                            fdo = self._fdmap[fd]
                        except pyrad.server.ServerPacketError as err:
                  "pyrad server dropping packet: " + str(err))
                        except pyrad.packet.PacketError as err:
                  "pyrad server received invalid packet: " + str(err))
                        logger.error("Unexpected event in pyrad server main loop")

    srv = TestServer(dict=pyrad.dictionary.Dictionary("dictionary.radius"),
                     authport=18138, acctport=18139)
    srv.hosts[""] = pyrad.server.RemoteHost("",
    t_events = {}
    t_events['stop'] = threading.Event()
    t_events['msg_auth'] = threading.Event()
    t_events['wrong_secret'] = threading.Event()
    t_events['double_msg_auth'] = threading.Event()
    t = threading.Thread(target=run_pyrad_server, args=(srv, t_events))

        params = hostapd.wpa2_eap_params(ssid="radius-test")
        params['auth_server_port'] = "18138"
github robgolding / django-radius / radiusauth / backends / View on Github external
def _get_dictionary(self):
        Get the pyrad Dictionary object which will contain our RADIUS user's
        attributes. Fakes a file-like object using StringIO.
        return Dictionary(StringIO(DICTIONARY))