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Re: TACACS or Radius daemon on Linux

  • From: Derrick Daugherty
  • Date: Tue Oct 19 19:06:05 1999

We use slackware and livingston's radiusd (www.livingston.com) against a
Cisco 3604 and Ascend Max. A search
on fresmeat returned a few that look pretty interesting: radiusd-sql and
perlradius.

I've heard of "sectord" and it's supposed to be a lot more configurable
but i have never been able to find it.  Anyone have a url or any info on
"sectord" ?

thanks,
-d

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---Reply to mail from mnolan@southshore.com about TACACS or Radius daemon on Linux
> 
> Hi,
> 
> We are an ISP running several Cisco 2500s, 5200s, and 5300s as access 
> servers.  Currently we are entering each user into each box.
> 
> We are looking to set up a Red Hat Linux machine as either a TACACS or
> Radius server to centrally validate all our users.
> 
> Does anyone have any experience running a TACACS or Radius daemon
> on Linux?  Where is a good place to find a Linux TACACS or Radius 
> daemon?
> 
> I heard that although TACACS is a Cisco product, Radius has more 
> accounting and statistics capability, runs well on Linux, and will 
> validate for Ciscos.
> 
> Any help would appreciated.
> 
> Thanks,
> Mike
> 

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