Configuring from the Linux bash shell:
This demonstrates how to manually configure the Radius ports from the bash shell of the ConnectPort LTS unit. Since system file changes are not preserved after reboots, the /usr2 user space is used.
The radius client obtains the radius socket ports to use via the "/etc/services" file. The client only looks up the lines starting with "radius" and "radacct".
- Modify the /etc/services file as follows. Change lines starting with "radius" and "radacct" to the socket numbers you wish. For example:
- After editing /etc/services copy it to /usr2
cp /etc/services /usr2
- Edit /usr2/rc.user and add the following line just above "exit 0":
cp -a /usr2/services /etc/services
Note: If you factory default the unit, the "/usr2/rc.user" script file is moved to "/usr2/rc.user.old#" and the default rc.user file will be restored.
Configuring the Radius port from the web interface:
Last updated: Aug 08, 2017