[RADIATOR] Different systems assigned to different groups

Hugh Irvine hugh at open.com.au
Wed Jul 15 19:56:42 CDT 2009

Hello -

Could you please tell me the name of the registered company that has  
purchased this copy of Radiator?

Please reply to me directly.

In asnwer to your question, there are a number of ways of  
accomplishing what you describe, depending on your exact requirements.

If you are using flat files, you can use cascaded AuthBy FILE clauses  
and/or different Handlers.

If you can give me more details I'll try to help.



On 16 Jul 2009, at 00:48, kspen wrote:

> Hello, i have just installed radiator and im trying to configure it.  
> Im using
> flat files for the users, etc. I have a question to ask, is it  
> possible to
> assign different ip's at different groups using radiator??
> Let's say for example that i have group1 and group2, and i have 3  
> different
> routers (R1:, R2: and R3
> I want  group1 to have access at R1 and R3 and group2 to R2 and R3.
> I was able to do that on tacacs+(using acl that was assigned in each  
> group)
> but unfortunately im not getting anywhere with radiator. I've tried  
> some
> tricks with NAS-IP-Address but i didnt have the desired result!
> Can anyone help please? If you need any more details do not hesitate  
> to ask
> me.
> Thank you
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Have you read the reference manual ("doc/ref.html")?
Have you searched the mailing list archive (www.open.com.au/archives/radiator)?
Have you had a quick look on Google (www.google.com)?
Have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
Have you checked the RadiusExpert wiki:

Radiator: the most portable, flexible and configurable RADIUS server
anywhere. Available on *NIX, *BSD, Windows, MacOS X.
Includes support for reliable RADIUS transport (RadSec),
and DIAMETER translation agent.
Nets: internetwork inventory and management - graphical, extensible,
flexible with hardware, software, platform and database independence.
CATool: Private Certificate Authority for Unix and Unix-like systems.

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