RADIUS Authentication

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StatusCore
Plugin LabelRADIUS Authentication
Short DescriptionAuthenticate users by directly connecting to a RADIUS server
Plugin Identifierauth.radius
AuthorCharles du Jeu
Urldocs/references/plugins/auth/radius
Dependencies

Documentation

Use a RADIUS server for user authentication. You need php radius extension for this to work. If you get an php segfault your php-radius is too old (see https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=60885).

WARNING: this has not been tested on Pydio 7. Please contact us if you want to contribute on this.

Instance parameters

LabelDescriptionTypeDefault
Server *
RADIUS Server
IP or DNS name of the RADIUS serverString
Port *
RADIUS Port
Port of the RADIUS serverInteger1812
Shared Secret *
RADIUS Shared Secret
Shared secret of the RADIUS serverString
Auth type *
RADIUS Auth Type
Authentication type to use with the RADIUS serverSelect (pap)chap
Test user
RADIUS Test-User
User for connection testingString
Test password
RADIUS Test-Password
Password for connection testingString
Test connection
TEST_RADIUS
Try to connect to the RADIUS serverButton
Auth Driver Commons
Auto Create User
AUTOCREATE_AJXPUSER
When set to true, the user object is created automatically if the authentication succeed. Used by remote authentication systems.Booleanfalse
Login Redirect
LOGIN_REDIRECT
If set to a given URL, the login action will not trigger the display of login screen but redirect to this URL.String
Administrator Login
AJXP_ADMIN_LOGIN
For exotic auth drivers, an user ID that must be considered as admin by default.String
Auto apply role
AUTO_APPLY_ROLE
For multiple authentication, apply this role to users authenticated via this driverString