CLI Commands : radius-server

radius-server
RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) is a networking protocol that provides centralized access, authorization and accounting management for people or computers to connect and use a network service. Use these commands to configure RADIUS server settings, either globally or by specified host. Use no radius <parameter> to clear settings.
radius-server
host <IP_address>
auth-port <port>
key <string> | prompt-key
login-lat-group
retransmit <retries>
timeout <seconds>
key [<key_string>]
login-lat-group <string>
retransmit <retries>
timeout <seconds>
Notes:
host—Configure hosts to receive RADIUS authentication requests; overrides the set global defaults for all RADIUS hosts. Use no radius host <IP_address> to delete all RADIUS-specific settings for this host. To refine which host is deleted, use no radius host <IP_address> auth-port <port>. RADIUS hosts are tried in the order they are set.
auth-port—Set a port for RADIUS; default is 1812. You can use the same IP address in more than one radius host as long as the auth-port for each is different. A UDP port number, specify auth-port immediately after the host option (if present).
key | prompt-key—For this host, set or clear, (with no) a shared secret text string or choose prompt-key and the user is prompted for the key; entries echo the asterisk (*) character, for greater security. If no key is set, the user is prompted for the key. Mutually exclusive with prompt-key argument.
login-lat-group—For this host, set or clear (with no), the string that identifies the groups that the user is authorized to use when Login-service is defined as LAT (local area transport). If none is set, the user is prompted for the string; entries echo the asterisk (*) character, and the user must enter the same string.
retransmit—For this host, set or reset to zero (with no), the number of times the client attempts to authenticate with any RADIUS server. Range is 0-5, default is 1. To disable retransmissions set it to 0 (zero).
timeout—For this host, set or reset default (with no), the timeout for retransmitting a request to any RADIUS server. Range is 1-60, default is 3.
key—Set or clear (with no) a global shared secret text string (key) used to communicate with any RADIUS host. If no key is set, the user is prompted for the key. Entries made at this prompt echo the asterisk (*) character, and the user must enter the same string twice.
login-lat-group—Set or clear (with no), a global shared secret text string (key) used to communicate with any RADIUS server. If no key is set, the user is prompted for the key; entries echo the asterisk (*) character, and the user must enter the same string twice.
retransmit—Set or reset to zero (with no), a (global) number of times the client attempts to authenticate with any RADIUS server. Default is 1. To disable retransmissions set it to 0 (zero). Range is 0-5.
timeout—Set or reset to default (with no), the (global) timeout for retransmitting a request to any RADIUS server. Default is 3. Sets . Range is 1-60.
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