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You can set any
radtest variable from the command line.
There are two ways of doing so.
First, you can use variable assignment option ‘--assign’ (or ‘-a’). Its syntax is:
--assign variable=text -a variable=text
radtest -a foobar=5
Another way is useful when you load a
radtest program by
‘--file’ or ‘-f’. This second way consists in including
a variable assignment in the form
in the command line after the script name. For example:
radtest -f myprog.rad foo=5 addr=127.0.0.1
This method is especially useful for executable scripts that are
#! shell magic. Consider a simple script:
#! /usr/local/bin/radtest -f print $addr
The value of addr can be given to the script from the command line as in the example below:
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