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radiusd.conf




DESCRIPTION

       The radiusd.conf  file  resides  in  the  radius  database
       directory,  by  default /etc/raddb.  It defines the global
       configuration for the FreeRADIUS server.


FILE FORMAT

       The file consists of attribute-value pairs, sections,  and
       comments.

       Attribute-value pairs are of the form name = value.

       A section begins with a section name, followed on the same
       line by an open bracket {.  The section may contain  other
       sections, or attribute-value pairs.  The section ends with
       a close bracket }, on a line by itself.

       Any line beginning with a (#) is deemed to be  a  comment,
       and is ignored.  Lines containing only whitespace are also
       ignored.

       The file is line-based.  That is, each  newline-terminated
       line  represents  either  a comment, a section name, or an
       attribute-value pair.  It is not possible to specify  mul­
       tiple  items  on the same line, and there are no continua­
       tion lines.

       The value for a particular attribute may reference a  pre­
       viously defined attribute by name. The standard shell ref­
       erence format ${name} is used.

       The individidual configuration directives are too numerous
       to  list here, so this manual page only documents the file
       format.  Please read the sample  configuration  file  dis­
       tributed  with  the server for comments describing each of
       the allowed configuration directives.


EXAMPLES

            foo = bar

       Sets variable foo to value bar.

            blogs = ${foo}

       Sets variable blogs to the value of variable foo.

            my_section {
                 baz = bud
            }


                           02 May 2000            radiusd.conf(5)

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