How Radius Manager Works


How RADIUS Manager Works
A terminal server or Network Access Server (NAS), and the terminal server communicates with RADIUS Manager. Terminal servers authenticate incoming connections, authorize customers, then (if enabled) start accounting. To perform these operations, the NAS uses the RADIUS protocol to communicate with the pin_radiusd daemon. The pin_radiusd daemon accesses your BRM database. See “pin_radiusd_sig”.

Description of Figure 1-1 follows

RADIUS protocols
BRM Databases
Text-Based User Files
UNIX Password Files
IPass Databases
Proxy Databases
VPDN Databases

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