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Radius version

George_Dodds
Honored Contributor

Radius version

Hi

I've inherited a linux based radius server and i'm wondering how i can find out what type of radius it is running as i have no docs on this.

There are no obvious giveaways that i can see.

I'm trying to see where the static & dynamic ip pools are hidden, but all the docs on the net are about new builds.

The os is centos 3.x i think.

Ta

George
6 REPLIES
Ryan Goh
Frequent Advisor

Re: Radius version

I assume your installed radius rpm package with word "radius". Try this command,

# rpm -qa *radius*

Ryan Goh
Frequent Advisor

Re: Radius version

I found other command option,

type rpm -qa | grep raduis

as what I know, centos os bundled with radius named freeradius.

Huc_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Radius version

To find out os version
#uname -a
#cat /etc/issur

to find info about radius and if whatis has been run you could try

#man -k radius

or else

#find / -name "*adiu*"

also

#cat /var/log/rpmpkgs | grep -i "adiu"

Hope this get you going

Jean-Pierre Huc
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Huc_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Radius version

To find os version there is a typo please read
#cat /etc/issue

No point for this replie Thanks and sorry about this.

Jean-Pierre Huc
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George_Dodds
Honored Contributor

Re: Radius version

looks like it was not installed via rpm.

But at a guess i think it's free radius.

Cheers anyway
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Radius version

Shalom George,

find /usr -name *radius*

You may find the location of radius and therefore a way to identify the version of the software.

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