Configuring Router Interactions with RADIUS Servers for Subscriber
To identify the RADIUS servers that the router can use
and to configure how the router interacts with the servers, you include
the radius-server statement at the [edit access] hierarchy level. You can specify multiple RADIUS servers on the
The following list describes the radius-server configuration statements:
address of the RADIUS server to use. To configure more than one RADIUS
server, include multiple server-address entries.
accounting-port—The RADIUS server accounting
port number. The default accounting port number is 1813.
port-number—The port number used to contact
the RADIUS server. The default is port number 1812.
retry—The number of times that the router
attempts to contact a RADIUS accounting server. You can configure
the router to retry from 1 through 16 times. The default setting is
3 retry attempts.
secret—The required secret (password) that
the local router passes to the RADIUS client. Secrets can contain
source-address—A source address for the
RADIUS server. Each RADIUS request sent to a RADIUS server uses the
specified source address. The source address is a valid IPv4 address
configured on one of the router interfaces.
timeout—The length of time that the local
router waits to receive a response from a RADIUS server. By default,
the router waits 3 seconds. You can configure the timeout to be from
1 to 90 seconds.