|Applies To||RSA Authentication Manager 6.1|
RSA Steel Belted Radius
|Issue||Display Vendor Specific Attributes in a Radius Profile|
Unable to see Attibutes for a specific Vendor such as Cisco in the "Attributes Check list" area of a Radius Profile.
In order to see the vendor attributes of a specific vendor dictionary you must first add a radius client which has the make/model option properly define for the device. Example Cisco IOS 11.1 or later.
Now when adding your Profile and Adding Check List Attributes or Return List Attributes you will see the Cisco specific items listed. Such as Cisco-AVPAIR.
The make/model selection corresponds to a specific .dct file in the \radius\service directory.
RSA RADIUS Server uses dictionary files to store lists of RADIUS attributes.
RSA RADIUS Server uses these dictionaries to parse authentication and
accounting requests and generate responses.
The main RSA RADIUS Server dictionary file (radius.dct) lists attributes
defined by the RADIUS standard. The radius.dct file resides in the same
directory as the RSA RADIUS Server service (usually C:\Program Files
\RSA Security\RSA RADIUS\Service on Windows computers and
/opt/rsa/radius on Solaris and Linux computers).
In addition to the standard attributes, many RAS devices use vendor-specific
attributes (VSAs) to complete a connection. RSA RADIUS Server supports a
large number of specific RAS devices by providing vendor-specific, proprietary
dictionary files. These files also reside in the server directory and use the filename
|Legacy Article ID||a31284|