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Re: Gatekeeper Authentication, MySQL

You cannot use MD5 encrypted passwords
in the database with authentication methods
currently supported by OpenPhone/GnuGk
because hashes being used are dynamic (depend
on timestamp too).

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "César Colonetti" <cesarcolonetti@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 11:11 PM

Hello, I'm having trouble setting endpoint authentication using the
SQLPasswordAuth method.
The endpoint software is OpenPhone, v1.8.1.
The GnuGK version I'm using is 2.0.9, pre-compiled Linux.
It connects OK to MySQL, but the problem is that the password on the database is
MD5 encrypted and as I'm viewing in the Gatekeeper status, it checks
for simple text:

  authenticationCapability = 2 entries {
       [0]=pwdHash <<null>>
       [1]=authenticationBES radius <<null>>

Thank you,

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