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ClearBox Enterprise Server™ 2.0. User's Guide

Private RADIUS Attributes

Besides standard and vendor-specific RADIUS attributes ClearBox Server supports some internally used attributes which may be used in Check Lists.

ClearBox currently supports one attribute: Login-Time.


This Check List attribute is helpful if you want time-based authentication of a user. Time-based authentication allows you to restrict user's login based on day of week and time of day.

Login-Time has two parts:

  1. Weekday specification
  2. Time Duration.

Weekday Codes and meanings:

Code Description
Su Sunday
Mo Monday
Tu Tuesday
We Wednesday
Th Thursday
Fr Friday
Sa Saturday
Al All days of week

Time-Duration Specification:

This part has time duration in following format. HHMM-HHMM, where HH means starting/ending hours and MM means starting/ending minutes.
For example, ‘Al0100-0900’ value means that user can only login between 1:00 am ~ 09:00 am any day of week. ‘MoWeTh2100-0900’ value means that User can login on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday between 9:00 pm ~ 9:00 am. You can have multiple time specification separating each with a ‘,’ (comma). For example, if we specify above both specifications in one, it would look like following:
Al0100-0900, MoWeTh2100-0900

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