raduse






raduse ‐ monitor the usage of dialup lines.

raduse [‐b] [‐d count] [‐D] [‐I] [‐i|‐n] [‐s delay] [‐w]
[NAS ...]

     raduse ‐l

     raduse ‐h

Raduse monitors the activity of dialup lines.

     When used without arguments, it displays statistics
about every dialup line served by Radius server. Otherwise,
each argument is expected to be the name of the network
access server for which the information is to be displayed.

     At the top of output the summary information is
displayed. It consists of two lines. First line shows the
statistic collection uptime and current date/time. Second
line shows total number of lines, number of active lines,
number of idle (inactive) lines and load percentage.

     The dialup statistics is displayed in the area below.
For each dialup line three lines of data are shown.

     First line shows the network access server name, port
number on that server, number of logins registered on this
line, status of the line, amount of time the line keeps the
current status, and date and time where the line has
switched to the current status.

     If the line is currently active, the status field
displays login name of the user logged in on this line. If
the line is inactive, the word [Idle] is displayed.

     Second and third lines display active and idle usage
summary. They show following data: total time the line is in
the given state, maximum amount of time in this state, and
starting date and time when maximum duration was perceived.




‐b, ‐‐brief
     Start up in brief mode. In this mode only first line of
     information for each dialup line is displayed.

‐d, ‐‐display COUNT
     Show only count displays, then exit. A display is
     considered to be one update of the screen.

‐D, ‐‐dump
     Dump the statistics database to the standard output and
     then exit. This is for debugging purposes only.









                             ‐2‐


‐I, ‐‐no‐idle‐lines
     Do not display idle lines. By default raduse displays
     all dialup lines.

‐i, ‐‐interactive
     Use interactive mode. In this mode any input is
     immediately read for processing. See the COMMANDS
     section for the description of commands usable in
     interactive mode. After processing each command the
     screen is updated immediately, no matter was the
     command understood or not. This mode is the default
     when the standard output is an intelligent terminal.

‐n, ‐‐no‐interactive
     Use non‐interactive mode.

‐s, ‐‐delay NUM
     Specify delay in seconds between screen updates.

‐w, ‐‐widen
     Widen the time display fields to show the seconds.

‐L, ‐‐license
     Display GNU General Public License and exit.

‐l, ‐‐list‐nas
     List the names and IP numbers of network access servers
     and then exit.

‐h, ‐‐help
     Display short usage summary.


When in interactive mode, raduse reads commands from the
terminal and acts upon them accordingly. Each command is
either a single letter or a combination control+letter. The
command is reacted upon immediately, unless it needs some
additional information, in which case the user will be
prompted to enter such information. While entering this
information, erase and kill keys, as set up by stty command,
are recognized and a newline terminates the input.

     The following commands are understood (C‐L means
control‐L):


newline
     Refresh the screen immediately

space
     Refresh the screen immediately

C‐L  Clear and redraw the display.










                             ‐3‐


^    (Caret) go to the first page.

b    Toggle brief display mode.

C‐b  Move one page backwards.

C‐f  Move one page forwards.

i    Toggle idle line display on or off.

j    Move one line forwards.

k    Move one line backwards.

G    Move to the last page.

$    Move to the last page.

q    Quit the program

s    Change the number of seconds to delay between screen
     updates. Prompts user to input the number desired.

t    Display information about given Network Access Servers.
     Prompts user to input the NAS names. The names should
     be separated by whitespace. The word all returns to
     display of all NAS lines.




/usr/local/etc/raddb/naslist
     The list of network access servers


/var/log/radacct/radstat
     Radius statistics.


The information in this manpage may be obsolete or
incomplete. Please refer to texinfo documentation for full
information about GNU Radius tools.







radiusd(8rad), radwho(1rad), radgrep(1rad), naslist(5rad)