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NASLIST(5)		      File Formats Manual		    NASLIST(5)

NAME
       naslist - RADIUS	naslist	file

DESCRIPTION
       The  naslist  file resides in the radius	database directory, by default
       /etc/raddb. It  contains	 a  list  of  RADIUS  network  access  servers
       (NASes).	 Every line starting with a hash sign ('#') is treated as com-
       ment and	ignored.

       Each line of the	file contains three white-space	delimited fields.

       client The NAS hostname.	This may be a plain hostname, or a dotted-quad
	      IP  address.  An	entry  called  "DEFAULT" does exactly what you
	      would expect it to do.

       shortname
	      This field declares a short alias	for the	NAS.  It  is  used  in
	      the /var/log/radwtmp accounting file, and	to build the directory
	      name for the accounting detail file.

       NAStype
	      Type of NAS (terminalserver). This  can  be  livingston,	cisco,
	      portslave	or other. This is passed to the	external checkrad pro-
	      gram when	it is called to	detect double logins.

       The naslist file	is read	by radiusd on startup only.

FILES
       /etc/raddb/naslist

SEE ALSO
       radiusd(8), clients(5rad)

			       15 September 1997		    NASLIST(5)

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