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The following sections describe the most frequently used Radius attributes. Each attribute is described as follows:
ATTRIBUTE name value type
These values have the following meaning:
The attribute name.
The attribute number.
The attribute type.
Syntax flags defining in which part of a ‘raddb/users’ entry this attribute may be used. The flags consist of two letters: ‘L’ means the attribute can be used in the LHS, ‘R’ means it can be used in the RHS.
Syntax flags defining in which part of a ‘raddb/hints’ entry this attribute may be used.
Syntax flags defining in which part of a ‘raddb/huntgroups’ entry this attribute may be used.
The additivity of the attribute determines what happens if a rule attempts to add to the pair list an attribute that is already present in this list. Depending on its value, the actions of the server are:
New attribute is appended to the end of the list.
New attribute replaces the old.
New attribute is dropped. The old one remains in the list.
Is the attribute propagated back to the NAS if the server works in proxy mode?
The entry N/A for any of this fields signifies “not applicable”.
|13.1 Authentication Attributes|
|13.2 Accounting Attributes|
|13.3 Radius Internal Attributes|
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