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The dictionary file ‘raddb/dictionary’ defines the symbolic names for radius attributes and their values (see section Attributes). The file consists of a series of statements, each statement occupies one line.
In the detailed discussion below we use the following meta-syntactic characters:
Denotes a decimal, octal or hexagesimal number. Usual C conventions are honored, i.e. if number starts with ‘0x’ or ‘0X’ it is read as a hex number, if it starts with ‘0’ it is read as an octal number, otherwise it is read as a decimal one.
Denotes an attribute type. These are valid attribute types:
A string type.
An integer type.
IP address in a dotted-quad form.
A date in the format: "MON DD CCYY", where MON is the usual three-character abbreviation, DD is day of month (1-31), CCYY is the year, including the century.
|4.2.1 Comments||Introducing a comment line.|
|4.2.2 $INCLUDE Statement||Include a file.|
|4.2.3 VENDOR Statement||Define a vendor-id.|
|4.2.4 ATTRIBUTE statement||Define an attribute translation.|
|4.2.5 Blocks of Vendor-Specific Attributes||Blocks of vendor-specific attributes|
|4.2.6 ALIAS statement||Define alternative name for an attribute.|
|4.2.7 PROPERTY statement||Define attribute properties.|
|4.2.8 VALUE Statement||Define a value translation.|
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