In Chapter 3, Getting Started with FreeRADIUS we covered the
radclient command. This section creates three files that can be used with
radclient in order to simulate the accounting packets an NAS typically sends to a RADIUS server.
The AVPs inside the three files are similar to the AVPs sent from the
is a daemon used for controlling authentication on Wi-Fi networks. It can be configured to do accounting along with authentication and is typically installed with OpenWRT
on Atheros-based Wi-Fi access points. You can also use it to turn a Wi-Fi NIC into an access point on Linux.
When a user's session starts, the NAS will inform the RADIUS server. During ...