RADIUS configuration for remote RADIUS client authentication

REST Endpoints

Collection URI
Collection Methods
Resource URI
/mgmt/tm/auth/radius/~resource id
Resource Methods
Resource Natural Key
name, partition, subPath


Name Type Default Value Required Access Description
accountingBug string disabled optional read/write Enables or disables validation of the accounting response vector. This option should be necessary only on older servers. The default value is disabled.
appService string   optional read/write The application service that the object belongs to.
clientId string   optional read/write Sends a NAS-Identifier RADIUS attribute with string bar. If you do not specify a value for the client-id option, the system uses the pluggable authentication module (PAM) service type. You can disable this feature by specifying a blank client ID.
debug string disabled optional read/write Enables or disables syslog-ng debugging information at LOG DEBUG level. Not recommended for normal use. The default value is disabled.
description string   optional read/write User defined description.
tmPartition string Common optional read/write Displays the partition within which the component resides.
retries integer 3 optional read/write Specifies the number of authentication retries that the BIG-IP local traffic management system allows before authentication fails. The default value is 3.
serviceType string authenticate-only optional read/write Specifies the type of service requested from the RADIUS server. The default value is authenticate-only


Name Type Default Value Required Access Description
servers (auth/radius-server) array_structure   optional read/write Specifies the IP addresses of the RADIUS servers that the BIG-IP local traffic management system uses to obtain authentication data. You can add, delete, or replace all existing IP addresses. Note that for each server you add, you must create a corresponding radius-server component that specifies the server name, port number, RADIUS secret, and timeout value.
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