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May 11 2013

Freeradius Usage Graphs

Published by under Freeradius

Radius servers generate a lot of accounting records. Is it worth keeping them? Damn yeah! Beside the fact they could be used to check if a customer was connected at a given date, or find out who got IP address X.X.X.X that same day, the most interesting is to generate traffic reports and show customers […]

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May 16 2009

Graph Number of Freeradius Sessions in MRTG

Published by under Freeradius,Monitoring

You can easily graph your Freeradius number of active sessions with a simple shell script if you store accounting data in a SQL database. Use the script below for Mysql:   #!/bin/bash SQL_USERNAME=radius_username SQL_DATABASE=radius SQL_PASSWORD=your_password SQL_SERVER=127.0.0.1 SQL_ACCOUNTING_TABLE=radacct BACK_DAYS=5 SESSIONS=`mysql -BN -u$SQL_USERNAME -p$SQL_PASSWORD -h $SQL_SERVER $SQL_DATABASE -e \ “SELECT COUNT(*) FROM $SQL_ACCOUNTING_TABLE \ WHERE acctstoptime IS […]

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Mar 19 2009

Graph Only One Value in MRTG

Published by under Monitoring

MRTG needs at least 2 values to generate graphs. Thus, Most configurations contain the same OID twice in the target line. This leads to 2 problems: – The same data is collected twice which requires more bandwidth, especially when a large number of hosts is monitored – The value may vary during this very short […]

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