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dictionary



DESCRIPTION

       The  dictionary file resides in the radius database direc­
       tory, by default /etc/raddb. It contains a list of  RADIUS
       attributes  and  values,  which  the  server  uses  to map
       between descriptive names  and  on-the-wire  data.   Every
       line starting with a hash sign ('#') is treated as comment
       and ignored.

       Each line of the file can contain  one  of  the  following
       strings

       ATTRIBUTE name number type
            Define  a  name  to  RADIUS attribute number mapping.
            The name field can be any non-space text.  The number
            must  contain an ASCII number for that name, as given
            in RFC2865. The type field  can  be  one  of  string,
            ipaddr, integer, or date.

       VALUE attribute-name value-name number
            Define  a  value  name  to value number mapping.  The
            attribute-name field must be previously defined by an
            ATTRIBUTE entry.  The value-name can be any non-space
            text.  The number must contain an  ASCII  number  for
            that name, as given in RFC2865.

       VENDOR vendor-name number
            Define  a Vendor Specific Attribute encapsulation for
            vendor-name to number.

       $INCLUDE filename
            Include dictionary entries from  the  file  filename.
            The  filename is taken as relative to the location of
            the dictionary which is doing the inclusion.


FILES

       /etc/raddb/dictionary , /etc/raddb/dictionary.*


SEE ALSO

       radiusd(8), naslist(5), RFC2865, RFC2866

                           02 May 2000              dictionary(5)

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