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radrelay




SYNOPSIS

       radrelay [-a  accounting_dir]  [-d  radius_dir]  [-f]  [-i
       source_ip]  [-n  shortname]  [-r remote-server[:port]] [-s
       secret] [-S secret_file] [-x] detailfile


DESCRIPTION

       Radrelay reads a file in the detail  file  format,  recon­
       structs  radius packets from it and sends them to a remote
       radius server. When end-of-file is reached,  the  file  is
       truncated.   Radrelay then waits for additional data to be
       written to the file, and starts over again.


OPTIONS

       -a accounting_directory
              The base directory to use to read the  detail  file
              from.

       -d radius_directory
              The base radius (raddb) directory, where the config
              files live.

       -f     Do not fork and run in the background as a  daemon.

       -i source_ip
              The  source  IP  address  to use for sending radius
              packets.

       -n shortname
              The  radius  configuration  files  (most   probably
              clients.conf),  will  be searched for a client sec­
              tion with 'shortname' set  to  the  used  argument.
              Both   the  server  secret  and  the  remote-server
              address are obtained in this way. Do  not  use  the
              -r, -s or -S parameters in combination with -n.

       -r remote-server
              The  hostname  or  IP address of the remote server.
              Optionally a UDP port can be specified. If  no  UDP
              port  is  specified,  it  is looked up in /etc/ser­
              vices. The service name looked for is  radacct  for
              accounting  packets.  If  a service is not found in
              /etc/services, 1813 is used. The -r parameter can't
              be used in combination with -n.


       detailfile
              The  detail  file  to use, this will be appended to
              the base accounting directory.


SEE ALSO

       radiusd(8), doc/radrelay.


AUTHOR

       Miquel van Smoorenburg, miquels@cistron.nl.

                           09 June 2002               RADRELAY(1)

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