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Cistron Radius Server

The Cistron Radius server is mostly compatible with Livingston's 'radiusd-2.1', except without the s/key or menu support. It has additional features such as multiple DEFAULT entries with fall-through, a session database (who is online), the ability to limit connections on a per-user basis, and much more.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  07 Mar 2002 15:13

    Release Notes: Security fixes and minor feature enhancements were made.

    •  01 Sep 2000 21:07

      Release Notes: Several memory leaks were fixed. A bug with executing external shell scripts was fixed. There were some additional minor bugfixes and feature enhancements.

      •  13 Apr 2000 16:16

        Release Notes: The trailing \0 that Ascend likes to add is now ignored when storing the last 8 bytes of session ID in radutmp, port ranges have been fixed so that they actually work, alignment fixes have been made in the output of radwho (esp. for portnumbers > 999), HPUX, BSDi, and AIX fixes have been made, "make install" now also populates /etc/raddb, debug output now prints IP addresses in dot notation instead of hex, radtest has been added to the install target, debugging mode (-xx) now notes when duplicate attributes are NOT moving into the reply, and more sanity checking and error messages are now used when parsing the 'users' file.

        •  23 Jan 2000 07:04

          Release Notes: Fixes for "nostrip" option in realms file, /RADIUSD/ANY/SHELL compare in auth.c, and a bug in proxy.c which would leak memory if the end server never replied to the accounting request, and writing "reject" to radius.log in auth.c if login incorrect due to Auth-Type = Reject.

          •  20 Oct 1999 15:11

            Release Notes: A fix for potential buffer overflows, a compatibility mode for dictionaries, cleanups, and sanity checks.


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