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CHECKRAD(5)		      File Formats Manual		   CHECKRAD(5)

NAME
       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  de-
       tected.

       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:

	      o	     ascend

	      o	     bay

	      o	     cisco

	      o	     cisco_l2tp

	      o	     computone

	      o	     cvx

	      o	     digitro

	      o	     dot1x

	      o	     livingston

	      o	     max40xx

	      o	     mikrotik

	      o	     mikrotik_snmp

	      o	     multitech

	      o	     netserver

	      o	     other

	      o	     pathras

	      o	     patton

	      o	     portslave

	      o	     pr3000

	      o	     pr4000

	      o	     redback

	      o	     tc

	      o	     usrhiper

	      o	     versanet

	      The "other" type cause checkrad to skip any check	and always re-
	      turns 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).

				13 January 2006			   CHECKRAD(5)

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