Question about radtest
Miquel van Smoorenburg
miquels at cistron.nl
Sat Dec 3 00:53:15 CET 2005
In article <200512021246.19698.aaron at semo.net>,
Aaron Malone <aaron at semo.net> wrote:
>On Thursday 01 December 2005 21:12, John Gelavis wrote:
>> First post to this list so go easy thanks.
>Assuming you're using cistron radius, and not freeradius, you did
>> Does radtest produce an entry in the radacct detail log? I am trying
>> to test a radius proxy setup and can't see an entry. A dialup port
>> provider claims that authentication works but no accounting packets
>> are sent back.
>Unless I am much mistaken, no, there would not be any accounting
>packets. radtest just does authentication; you should see the
>successful (or failed) authentication in /var/log/radius.log.
True. However, radtest is just a shellscript-wrapper around radclient.
And radclient is able to send accounting packets as well. In fact
it can send any kind of radius packet.
Just read the radtest script, and the radclient manpage.
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