RADIUS Client Settings
This dialog allows to set up a new RADIUS client sending
requests to ClearBox Server.
Client ID. This is an arbitrary name given to the client
at its creation and uniquely identifying it. No two clients may
have equal IDs.
Client IP address. IP address of the RADIUS client,
uniquely identifying it in the network. Click 'From DNS
Name' to resolve it from the DNS client name. You may set
126.96.36.199 as the address to make this client match all incoming
requests from any IP addresses.
Shared secret. A secret that this client shares with
ClearBox Server. The secret should be chosen as a good password as
it used to encrypt passwords and protect packets from being
IMPORTANT: Secrets are case-sensitive: upper- and lowercase
letters make a difference!
Use another secret for accounting. Check this option and
input another secret in the Accounting shared secret box if
you need to have two distinct secrets to protect authentication and
accounting client-server conversations.
Default realm. While a matching realm is selected by
ClearBox basing on realm rules, it may happen that no matching
realm is found to handle the request packet. ClearBox Server then
looks at the client's default realm selected in this list. If
there's none the server looks up then a realm marked 'default'. If
it's not found, reject packet is issued back to the client. Only
one realm may have this option turned on.
Apply Changes. Click to save the new client settings or
save the changes made to its configuration.
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