07-16-2015 12:49 AM
I'm trying to modify our eduroam configuration to match on two organisation names.
Currently I match (e.g.) Full-Username CONTAINS uni-1.edu.au
I need to match now on uni-1.edu.au or uni-2.edu.au
I've tried things like
but it totally fails to match anything.
Another complication is I use CONTAINS rather than ENDS_WITH as some smart devices append a space on auto-complete of the username.
Can someone provide details of how to do a match for two domains, allowing for trailing spaces?
It is a real shame the service rule is so inflexible, and needs to be a match ANY or ALL, and not something like this AND this and either of this OR this.
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07-16-2015 04:17 AM
In terms of the space issue, I would not recommend allowing those devices to connect. It will generate help desk calls when they are at another eduroam university and can't connect.
07-16-2015 04:31 AM
Hi Tim. That RegEx seems to work. To invalidate the trailing space I'd need a character at the end like a $ to say it must be the end of the line?
I'm about to get our service desk to start contacting users with connection errors with obvious typo in their username, like "su" not "au" due to fat fingers, I'll add the trailing space fix to their work.
07-16-2015 07:25 AM
Yes. You definitely don't want to allow the trailing space to pass auth because they will not be able to authenticate when they leave your campus.