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radzap




SYNOPSIS

       radzap  [-d  raddb_directory]   [-r   radius_server]   [-p
       accounting_port] [-v] nas [port] [username]


DESCRIPTION

       The  FreeRadius  server  can  be configured to maintain an
       active session database in a file called radutmp. Commands
       like  radwho(1) use this database. Sometimes that database
       can get out of sync,  and  then  it  might  contain  rogue
       entries. radzap can clean up this database.


OPTIONS

       -d raddb_directory
              The  directory  that contains the RADIUS configura­
              tion files.

       -r radius_server
              Host name or IP address of the RADIUS server.

       -p accounting_port
              The port to which accounting packets are sent.  See
              "/etc/services",  port "radacct" for the default on
              your system (usually 1646 or 1813).

       -v     Verbose. Shows you what it is doing.

       nas    Hostname or IP address of the NAS  (Network  Access
              Server,  sometimes called "terminal server") of the
              session you want to remove.

       port   Port of the session you want to remove. This is the
              NAS-Port radius attribute, it doesn't have anything
              to do with UDP port numbers. Must be an integer. -1
              means  "any",  and is the default if this option is
              not specified.

       username
              Optional: the username of the session you  want  to
              remove.


SEE ALSO

       radwho(1), radiusd(8), radiusd.conf(5).


AUTHOR

       Miquel van Smoorenburg, miquels@cistron.nl., and others.

                           16 May 2002                  RADZAP(1)
  
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