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How to use aregcmd commands and the standalone graphical user interface (GUI) of Prime Access Registrar.
Prime Access Registrar server objects and how to use radclient commands to test Prime Access Registrar.
How to configure local authentication and authorization and helpful examples.
RADIUS accounting and how to configure Prime Access Registrar to perform accounting.
How to use scripting points to customize your RADIUS server.
Diameter support and how to configure Prime Access Registrar to perform diameter authentication and authorization.
Support for Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) authentication methods.
Support for various features including microwave access (Wimax), replication, identity caching, on-demand address pools, trusted ID authorization, policy engine, fast rules, prepaid billing, wireless, SIGTRAN-M3UA service, and SNMP MIB and transport.
How to use Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) remote server and Open Database Connectivity (ODBC).
Enforcing transactions per second (TPS) licensing.
Using REX accounting script.
Backing up the database and logging syslog messages.
Troubleshooting Prime Access Registrar.
TCL, REX, and Java dictionaries, environment variables, and RADIUS attributes.
Support for REpresentational State Transfer (REST) API in Prime Access Registrar
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