The configuration and behavior of your Steel-Belted Radius Carrier server is determined by a set of configuration files. In many cases, you must edit these files manually. In a few cases, the contents of a configuration file are updated dynamically when you use Web GUI to change settings.
Configuration files reside in the radiusdir directory. Table 6 identifies the files that are used by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Table 6: Steel-Belted Radius Carrier Configuration Files
Configures the SQL accounting method. Also configures Call Detail Record accounting when using the SIM authentication module.
Configures attribute handling files used in CDMA
Configures a Steel-Belted Radius Carrier authentication method.
Master list of dictionary files.
Vendor-specific dictionary file.
Configures specific DHCP address pools, where * is the name of an address pool listed in dhcp.ini.
XML format of *.dct dictionary files.
Configures directed authentication and directed accounting realms.
Used in configuration of the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier optional modules such as the option SIM authentication module.
Configures attribute value pools.
Configures proxy realms.
Maps user or group account levels to administrative permissions. Used with admin.ini to grant administrators access privileges to administrative objects and actions.
Controls how RADIUS accounting attributes are logged.
Maps administrative access levels to sets of access rights. Used with access.ini to grant administrators access privileges to administrative objects and actions.
Controls how RADIUS authentication requests are logged by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Controls what authentication logs Steel-Belted Radius Carrier generates.
Controls options for the acceptance authentication log file.
Controls options for the invalid shared secret authentication log file.
Controls options for the rejection authentication log file.
Controls options for the unknown client authentication log file.
Configures blacklist settings, which are used to block authentication requests that match a blacklist profile.
Specifies what Steel-Belted Radius Carrier does with RADIUS attributes encoded in one or more Class attributes included in accounting requests.
Configures DHCP address pools so that IP addresses can be assigned from a back-end DHCP server.
Configures EAP authentication methods used by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures dilution, suppression, and threshold settings for SBR Carrier traps (except for Diameter-related traps) used to signal failures and warnings.
Configures dilution and suppression settings for Diameter-related traps used to signal failures and warnings.
Sets up rules for filtering attributes into and out of RADIUS packets.
Specifies settings for LDAP authentication in Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures settings that lock user accounts after repeated failed login attempts.
Configures the EAP-PEAP authentication method.
Stores information that applies to all realms on the server.
Configures list of realms for forwarding accounting packets.
Configures a variety of operational settings for Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures Oracle SQL accounting for Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures Oracle SQL authentication for Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures JDBC SQL accounting for Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures JDBC SQL authentication for Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Configures settings that redirect users after repeated failed login attempts.
Configures service type mappings, which allow a user to have multiple authorization attribute sets based on the service type the user is requesting.
Stores any attribute in a request in the CST.
Defines encryption keys and identifies the servers from which Steel-Belted Radius Carrier processes encrypted Class attributes in accounting requests.
Configures the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier statistics log file, which periodically records server statistics to a comma-delimited ASCII file.
Configures the TLS authentication method.
Configures the operation of the TLS helper method.
Configures the TTLS authentication method.
Configures the UniPort authentication method.
Controls what information is updated when Steel-Belted Radius Carrier receives a SIGHUP (1) or SIGUSR2 (17) signal.
Maps vendor-specific dictionary files to identifiers used in the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier administrative database.