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You can change the model and table under config/auth.php

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Hey Ivan,

Sure there is, check out the app/config/auth.php file, you can set table and model name there.

Edit: Ups, acchu1986 was faster :)

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Thanks for the quick response, but I actually need two separate logins. Sorry fot not making that clear. I need one for normal login and one for an api basic auth. Info has to be in two separate tables.

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faust-eight said:

Thanks for the quick response, but I actually need two separate logins. Sorry fot not making that clear. I need one for normal login and one for an api basic auth. Info has to be in two separate tables.

Did you manage to do this? I think the fastest way would be setting up a separate environment for the api path/subdomain. Have you tried that?

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Not sure if it would work, but you could try with Config::set('auth.table', 'newTable'); before you use the auth method.

If it doesnt work you can use my custom detectEnivornment closure to have a different environment depending on your url. Read about it on http://stackoverflow.com/a/21356618/397195.

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I did it as @Marvelln said and it works like a charm :) Thanks for the help

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