(RADIATOR) Migrating to Radiator-Radius
hugh at open.com.au
Sun Jul 21 19:48:00 CDT 2002
Hello Javier -
There is an example configuration file (with lots of comments) in the file
"radius.cfg" and there is a simple configuration file to get you started in
the file "goodies/simple.cfg".
Basically there are three main elements in the Radiator configuration file:
1. Client clauses - as you have correctly identified
2. AuthBy clauses - how to authenticate your users
3. Realm or Handler clauses - how to process radius requests
The simplest configuration possible contains a single
which will match all requests.
A more complex configuration might have
# match usernames of the form "user at foo.bar"
# match usernames of the form "user at aaa.bbb"
# match other usernames
There is also an example users file in the file called "users".
If you have any other questions, please contact me.
On Sat, 20 Jul 2002 19:52, Javier Ferruz Rodriguez wrote:
> I'm going to migrate to Radiator-Radius, so I'm going to evaluate the
> I have 2 files very important:
> - users: define users with theirs properties (login, password,
> service-type, framed-protocol, framed-compression, ...)
> - clients: who can to authenticate with radius server. This file has a few
> lines with <ip router> <password>
> If my client file is
> 188.8.131.52 abcd
> 184.108.40.206 qwer
> where must I set this information in Radiator-Radius? Maybe I set in
> <Client 220.127.116.11>
> Secret abcd
> <Client 18.104.22.168>
> Secret qwer
> Is this correct?
> In radius.cfg thereis a section <Realm>, but I don't know use it. Can
> anybody help me?
> Thanks in advance,
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