Re: Radlogin and radius on Unix
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Tue, 28 Apr 1998 13:42:23 -0700
Josh Hillman wrote:
> Is there a way to run radlogin.exe and have it use a different machine as
> the radius server instead of the machine that it's running on. We want to
> be able to periodically test Ascend's radius that we have running on one of
> our Unix machines, but don't know of a way to do it (other than actually
> dialing up). RadLogin is a pretty handly utility for RadiusNT, but is
> there a "version" that can be run on the Unix server that handles tertiary
> radius (using a users text file)?
Although radlogin itself wont run on the Sun, you can modify the
server file to point to the sun. As long as the UNIX RADIUS
server as the IP of the machine running Radlogin in its clients
file, it should work fine.
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