What capacity does radtest have to display custom attributes

Mark Williams markhw at vt.edu
Tue Jul 11 20:48:31 CEST 2017

I’ve been experimenting with the server, trying to get it to return arbitrary custom attributes (defined in dictionary.local) to the Radius-reply. When I run radtest against the virtual-server I see the attributes being added and mentioned in the post-auth debug, but I never see the attribute on the client side of the radtest. Is radtest limited to only displaying officially defined attributes, or might I be doing something obviously ridiculous?

Radius Debug ~~~
0) Sending Access-Accept packet to host port 36843, id=194, length=0
(0) 	Entitlement := 'vpn-library'
(0) 	Juniper-Ip-Pool-Name := 'vpn-library'
Sending Access-Accept Id 194 from to
	Juniper-Ip-Pool-Name := 'vpn-library’

Radtest Output ~~~
Sending Access-Request Id 194 from to
	User-Name = ‘glados'
	User-Password = ‘ilovecake'
	NAS-IP-Address =
	NAS-Port = 0
	Message-Authenticator = 0x00
Received Access-Accept Id 194 from to length 39
	Juniper-Ip-Pool-Name = 'vpn-library'

Mark Williams
markhw at vt.edu (2A83CAC8)

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