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Jan 19, 2006 What is RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) is a client/server protocol and software that enables remote access servers to communicate with a central server to authenticate dial-in users RADIUS Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting

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The Duo Authentication Proxy produces RADIUS protocol response codes that can be used to parse logs when troubleshooting. Possible response codes are as follows: Access-Accept: If all Attribute values received in an Access-Request are acceptable, then the RADIUS server will transmit an Access-Accept packet to the client. Code: 2 Example:

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Access® Tile’s Radius Curve truncated dome tiles are used worldwide, serving to warn the public when they reach an unsafe edge or hazardous vehicular way. Detectable warning pads are especially useful for individuals with a visual impairment, as the truncated domes can be felt comfortably through most footwear. This service manages authentication, authorization, auditing, and accounting for virtual private network (VPN), dial-up, 802.1x wireless or Ethernet switch connection attempts sent by access servers that are compatible with the IETF RADIUS protocol. This RADIUS server uses NPS to perform centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting for wireless, authenticating switches, remote access dial-up or virtual private network (VPN) connections. When you use NPS as a RADIUS server, you configure network access servers, such as wireless access points or VPN servers, as RADIUS clients in