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radius [2010/04/27 19:53]
gregory
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-====== Radius ======+====== ​The Radius ​Accounting tool ======
  
-{{:​tools:​radius.png}} Radius is a NAV-tool that collects accounting-data from a [[http://​www.freeradius.org/​|Freeradius-server]] and makes them available to the user through a web-frontend. The goal is to make a more accessible and userfriendly ​interface to the accounting data instead of having to manually look through logfiles. The frontend is divided into three tabs where you can browse different sets of data from the radius-server.+{{:​tools:​radius.png}} ​The Radius ​accounting tool is a NAV-tool that collects accounting-data from a [[http://​www.freeradius.org/​|Freeradius-server]] and makes them available to the user through a web-frontend. The goal is to make a more accessible and user-friendly ​interface to the accounting data instead of having to manually look through logfiles. The frontend is divided into three tabs where you can browse different sets of data from the radius-server.
  
 +===== Use cases =====
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 +  * If you have an [[http://​eduroam.org|eduroam]] wireless network all you wireless users will log in based on their radius credentials. The NAV radius accounting tool is useful for searching eduroam users.
 +  * If you use IEEE 802.1X in your wired network and thus requires users to log in to get access, the NAV radius accounting tool can track these users as well.
 ===== Accounting Log ===== ===== Accounting Log =====
  
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 ===== Error Log ===== ===== Error Log =====
  
-In this tab we can do searches through the error-messages in the Freeradius logfile. You can do searches based on different parts of the message, either the username, client, port or the whole message. Client refers to the NAS the user is connecting to, and port is the module and port-number on that device. To further refine your search, you can choose which type of log-message you are interested in, and you can choose a period or timestamp to get more precise results.O к you an just keep saying something like "​I'​ll [[http://​custom-essay-writing-service.org/​custom-research-papers.php|do my research]] about it"+In this tab we can do searches through the error-messages in the Freeradius logfile. You can do searches based on different parts of the message, either the username, client, port or the whole message. Client refers to the NAS the user is connecting to, and port is the module and port-number on that device. To further refine your search, you can choose which type of log-message you are interested in, and you can choose a period or timestamp to get more precise results.
  
 The results will show a timestamp of when an error occurred, the type of the error and the error-message itself. By clicking view you can see a more detailed message-summary. The results will show a timestamp of when an error occurred, the type of the error and the error-message itself. By clicking view you can see a more detailed message-summary.
radius.1272390829.txt.gz · Last modified: 2010/04/27 19:53 by gregory