Monitoring Override Settings of RADIUS IETF Attributes

Purpose

Display the current override setting for RADIUS IETF attributes. You can monitor the NAS-IP-Address [4], NAS-Port-Id [87], Calling-Station-Id [31], and NAS-Identifier [32] attributes.

Action

To display the current setting for all configured RADIUS attributes:

host1#show radius override
nas-ip-addr:          nas-ip-addr
nas-port-id:           nas-port-id
calling-station-id:   calling-station-id
nas-info:              from current virtual router 
host1#show radius override
nas-ip-addr: nas-ip-addr
nas-info:     from authentication virtual router

Meaning

Table 23 lists the show radius override command output fields.

Table 23: show radius override Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

nas-ip-addr

Displays the current setting for the NAS-IP-Address [4] attribute. These settings can be changed with the radius override nas-ip-addr tunnel-client-endpoint and radius override nas-info commands.

nas-port-id

Displays the current setting for the NAS-Port-Id [87] attribute. Use the radius override nas-port-id remote-circuit-id command to override the standard NAS-Port-Id attribute with the PPPoE remote circuit ID transmitted from the DSLAM.

calling-station-id

Displays the current setting for the Calling-Station-Id [31] attribute. Use the radius override calling-station-id remote-circuit-id command to override the standard Calling-Station-Id attribute with the PPPoE remote circuit ID transmitted from the DSLAM.

nas-info

Displays the current setting for the NAS-Identifier [32] attribute. This setting can be changed with the radius override nas-info command, which is used for AAA broadcast accounting.

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