(RADIATOR) Radiator Start

Hugh Irvine hugh at open.com.au
Thu Jun 26 18:55:48 CDT 2003

Hello Jaskaran -

I suspect your Radiator configuration is listening on different ports 
to where you are sending the requests from radpwtst (which defaults to 

To specify different ports, use the following parameters:

	perl radpwtst -auth_port .... -acct_port .... -trace .... -user .... 
-password ....

Here is the "help" from radpwtst:

bash-2.05a$ perl radpwtst -h
usage: radpwtst [-h] [-time] [-iterations n]
           [-trace [level]] [-s server] [-secret secret]
           [-noauth] [-noacct][-nostart] [-nostop] [-status]
           [-chap] [-mschap] [-mschapv2] [-eapmd5]
           [-accton] [-acctoff] [-framed_ip_address address]
           [-auth_port port] [-acct_port port] [-identifier n]
           [-user username] [-password password] [-nas_ip_address 
           [-nas_port port] [-nas_port_type type] [-service_type service]
           [-calling_station_id string] [-called_station_id string]
           [-session_id string] [-interactive]
           [-delay_time n] [-session_time n] [-input_octets n]
           [-output_octets n] [-timeout n] [-dictionary file,file]
           [-gui] [-class string] [-useoldascendpasswords]
           [-code requestcode] [-raw data] [-rawfile filename]

On Friday, Jun 27, 2003, at 02:54 Australia/Melbourne, jsingh wrote:

> Hi Hugh
>  I just installed the radiator server over to my production box which 
> is a Solaris Server, when I send a access request from radpwtst I get 
> a response saying no response.
> I looked at the logs and there is nothing there just the banner 
> message stating radiator was started and the ports its listening on 
> for authentication and accounting.
> Where did I go wrong.
> Thanks
> Jaskaran Singh
> University Systems & Security
> FairleighDickinsonUniversity
> Teaneck,NJ07666

NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?

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