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ClearBox Enterprise Serverâ„¢ 2.0. User's Guide

Maintaining RADIUS Dictionary

ClearBox Server uses RADIUS dictionary as its essential part needed to work properly with various RADIUS attributes. This dictionary is stored in MS Access database with its own data schema (<installation directory>/RadDict/raddict2k.mdb). It may be a tiresome task to add new attributes manually to the database tables, so ClearBox Server comes with the Dictionary Parser tool. It takes on input a dictionary text file with attributes definitions, parses them and puts in the database automatically. If the database is damaged or lost, it can be easily re-created from the dictionary text file which is also provided (Its name is <installation directory>/RadDict/radius.dct).

RADIUS dictionary from the distribution package contains all known standard RADIUS attributes, described in RFC papers, Microsoft vendor-specific attributes described in RFC 2548, attributes defined by Cisco, Quintum and other vendors. If any other vendor-specific attributes should be used by ClearBox Server, they must be imported into the database with Dictionary Parser. Either write attributes description file manually or request XPerience Technologies to send it to you.

For all further instructions and description of dictionary text file format read Dictionary Parser Documentation.

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