RFC 8044 Data Types in RADIUS January 2017 1.Introduction RADIUS specifications have historically defined attributes in terms of name, value, and data type. Of these three pieces of information, the name is recorded by IANA in the "RADIUS Attribute Types" registry but is not otherwise managed or restricted, as discussed in [RFC6929], Section 2.7.1.
I have configured WLAN called “RFC-3580” to test this out & configured for WAP2/AES & 802.1x for RADIUS authentication. Below picture shows the few important settings (H-REAP local switching) while most of others kept its default. glossary/RADIUS Since then it has been implemented by hundreds other vendors and has a become an Internet Standard RFC. The DIAMETER protocol is the designated successor, but RADIUS is still commonly used today. Protocol dependencies. RFC 2865 Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS) RFC 2866 RADIUS Accounting RADIUS :: Chapter 9. AAA Accounting :: Part II Note the difference between the RADIUS protocol specification (RFC 2865) and the RADIUS accounting specification (RFC 2866). Although both are IETF standards, RFC 2866 is an informational standard only, and RFC 2865 is a formal IETF standard. The RADIUS specification contains client and server roles, where the NAS performs the client role. RADIUS, Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service
RADIUS RFCs and Attribute definitions - freeradius.org
What Does It Mean to Be RFC Compliant? | Interlink Networks An example is the requirement in RADIUS RFC 2865 that an Access-Request MUST contain one or more of the NAS-IP-Address, NAS-Identifier or NAS-IPv6-Address attributes. Many early RADIUS clients and some more recent lite RADIUS clients fail to do this and are technically non-RFC compliant. RADIUS Protocol - Oracle
RADIUS Types - Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
RFC 3579 - RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User