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rlm_ippool_tool(8) [debian man page]

RLM_IPPOOL_TOOL(8)					      System Manager's Manual						RLM_IPPOOL_TOOL(8)

NAME
rlm_ippool_tool - dump the contents of the FreeRadius ippool database files SYNOPSIS
If an ipaddress is specified then that address is used to limit the actions or output. rlm_ippool_tool [-a] [-c] [-o] [-v] session-db index-db [ipaddress] Mark the entry nasIP/nasPort as having ipaddress rlm_ippool_tool -n session-db index-db ipaddress nasIP nasPort Update old format database to new. rlm_ippool_tool -u session-db new-session-db DESCRIPTION
rlm_ippool_tool dumps the contents of the FreeRADIUS ippool databases for analyses or for removal of active (stuck?) entries. Or with the -n argument adds a usage entry to the FreeRADIUS ippool databases. OPTIONS
-a Print all active entries. -c Report number of active entries. -r Remove active entries. -v Verbose report of all entries. -o Assume old database format (nas/port pair, not md5 output). -n Mark the entry nasIP/nasPort as having ipaddress. -u Update old format database to new. EXAMPLES
Given the syntax in the FreeRadius radiusd.conf: ippool myippool { range-start = 192.168.1.0 range-stop = 192.168.1.255 [...] session-db = ${raddbdir}/ip-pool.db ip-index = ${raddbdir}/ip-index.db } To see the number of active entries in this pool, use: $ rlm_ippool_tool -c ip-pool.db ip-index.db 13 To see all active entries in this pool, use: $ rlm_ippool_tool -a ip-pool.db ip-index.db 192.168.1.5 192.168.1.82 192.168.1.244 192.168.1.57 192.168.1.120 192.168.1.27 [...] To see all information about the active entries in the use, use: $ rlm_ippool_tool -av ip-pool.db ip-index.db NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x2e8 - ipaddr:192.168.1.5 active:1 cli:0 num:1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x17c - ipaddr:192.168.1.82 active:1 cli:0 num:1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x106 - ipaddr:192.168.1.244 active:1 cli:0 num:1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x157 - ipaddr:192.168.1.57 active:1 cli:0 num:1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x2d8 - ipaddr:192.168.1.120 active:1 cli:0 num:1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x162 - ipaddr:192.168.1.27 active:1 cli:0 num:1 [...] To see only information of one entry, use: $ rlm_ippool_tool -v ip-pool.db ip-index.db 192.168.1.1 NAS:172.16.1.1 port:0x90 - ipaddr:192.168.1.1 active:0 cli:0 num:0 To add an IP address usage entry, use: $ rlm_ippool_tool -n ip-pool.db ip-index.db 192.168.1.1 172.16.1.1 0x90 rlm_ippool_tool: Allocating ip to nas/port: 172.16.1.1/144 rlm_ippool_tool: num: 1 rlm_ippool_tool: Allocated ip 192.168.1.1 to client on nas 172.16.1.1,port 144 SEE ALSO
radiusd(8) AUTHORS
Currently part of the FreeRADIUS Project (http://www.freeradius.org) Originally by Edwin Groothuis, edwin@mavetju.org (http://www.mavetju.org) Mailing list details are at http://www.freeradius.org/ RLM_IPPOOL_TOOL(8)

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SOCKET-CONTEXT-OPTIONS(3)						 1						 SOCKET-CONTEXT-OPTIONS(3)

Socket context options - Socket context option listing

	Socket context options are available for all wrappers that work over sockets, like tcp, http and ftp.

	      o $bindto
		-  Used to specify the IP address (either IPv4 or IPv6) and/or the port number that PHP will use to access the network. The syntax
		is ip:port for IPv4 addresses, and [ip]:port for IPv6 addresses. Setting the IP or the port to 0 will let the system choose the IP
		and/or port.

	      Note

		      As FTP creates two socket connections during normal operation, the port number cannot be specified using this option.

	      o $backlog
		- Used to limit the number of outstanding connections in the socket's listen queue.

	      Note

		      This is only applicable to stream_socket_server(3).

       +--------+-----------------+
       |Version |		  |
       |	|		  |
       |	|   Description   |
       |	|		  |
       +--------+-----------------+
       | 5.3.3	|		  |
       |	|		  |
       |	|  Added backlog. |
       |	|		  |
       | 5.1.0	|		  |
       |	|		  |
       |	|  Added bindto.  |
       |	|		  |
       +--------+-----------------+
       Example #1

	      Basic $bindto usage example

	      <?php
	      // connect to the internet using the '192.168.0.100' IP
	      $opts = array(
		  'socket' => array(
		      'bindto' => '192.168.0.100:0',
		  ),
	      );

	      // connect to the internet using the '192.168.0.100' IP and port '7000'
	      $opts = array(
		  'socket' => array(
		      'bindto' => '192.168.0.100:7000',
		  ),
	      );

	      // connect to the internet using the '2001:db8::1' IPv6 address
	      // and port '7000'
	      $opts = array(
		  'socket' => array(
		      'bindto' => '[2001:db8::1]:7000',
		  ),
	      );

	      // connect to the internet using port '7000'
	      $opts = array(
		  'socket' => array(
		      'bindto' => '0:7000',
		  ),
	      );

	      // create the context...
	      $context = stream_context_create($opts);

	      // ...and use it to fetch the data
	      echo file_get_contents('http://www.example.com', false, $context);

	      ?>

PHP Documentation Group 												 SOCKET-CONTEXT-OPTIONS(3)

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