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Basic Configuration
5.9.10.1. Dictionary Support for RADIUS
The RADIUS dictionary file can allow you to define a user and assign command access
rights and port access rights from a central location.
The RADIUS dictionary file, "dictionary.wti" is included on the CDROM along with this
user's guide. To install the dictionary file on your RADIUS server, please refer to the
documentation provided with your server; some servers will require the dictionary file
to reside in a specific directory location, others will require the dictionary file to be
appended to an existing RADIUS dictionary file.
The WTI RADIUS dictionary file provides the following commands:
WTI-Super - Sets the command access level for the user. This command provides
the following arguments:
0 = ViewOnly
1 = User
2 = SuperUser
3 = Administrator
For example, in order to set command access level to "SuperUser", the command
line would be:
WTI-Super="2"
WTI-Port-Access - Determines which port(s) the user will be allowed to access.
This command provides an argument that consists of an 8 character string, with
one character for each RSM-8R4 Serial Port. The following options are available for
each port:
0 = Off (Deny Access)
1 = On (Allow Access)
For example, to allow access to Serial Ports 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8, the command line
would be:
WTI-Port-Access="11101001"
WTI-Plug-Access - Determines which plug(s) the user will be allowed to access.
This command provides an argument that consists of a four character string, with
one character for each the RSM-8R4's switched outlets. The following options are
available for each switched plug:
0 = Off (Deny Access)
1 = On (Allow Access)
For example, to allow access to Plugs 2 and 4, the command line would be:
WTI-Plug-Access="0101"
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