checkrad man page

checkrad -- See if a user is (still) logged in on a certain port.

Synopsis

checkrad [-d] nas-type nas-ip nas-port login session-id

Description

Checkrad is used by the radius server to check if its idea of a user logged in on a certain port/NAS is correct if a double login is detected.

Returns: 0 = no duplicate, 1 = duplicate, >1 = error.

Options

-d

Enable printing of debugging information.

nas-type

Type of port/NAS. Can be one of:

  • ascend
  • bay
  • cisco
  • cisco_l2tp
  • computone
  • cvx
  • digitro
  • dot1x
  • livingston
  • max40xx
  • mikrotik
  • mikrotik_snmp
  • multitech
  • netserver
  • other
  • pathras
  • patton
  • portslave
  • pr3000
  • pr4000
  • redback
  • tc
  • usrhiper
  • versanet

The "other" type cause checkrad to skip any check and always returns 1.

nas-ip

IP address of the NAS to check.

nas-port

The NAS port to check (may be ignored by some nas-type).

login

The login name to check.

session-id

Session to check. (actually ignored by all nas-type)

See Also

radiusd(8)

Author

Written by Miquel van Smoorenburg, miquels@cistron.nl.

This manual page was written by Marco Nenciarini <mnencia@debian.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

Info

13 January 2006