pGina Documentation

RADIUS Plugin Documentation

How it Works

The RADIUS plugin authenticates against a RADIUS source during the authentication stage and sends accounting requests during the notification stage.

Typical Setup

A typical (minimal) setup for the RADIUS plugin is to enable the Local Machine plugin in the authentication and gateway stages.

If you would like to authenticate users against the RADIUS source, enable the RADIUS plugin in the authentication stage. Within the authentication stage, order the RADIUS plugin before Local Machine.

If you would like to enable accounting, enable the RADIUS plugin during the notification stage.


The configuration interface for the RADIUS plugin is shown below.

RADIUS Configuration

Each configuration option is described below: