1. NAS index

This page lists all NASs that are defined in your radius server.

2. Creating NAS

To create a NAS, click on the Actions button in the NAS page, then select New. Empty NAS form will show up. Bellow is the explanation for each of the fields:

A ‘ Basic Information’ Form with mandatory fields marked with asterisks (* ).

  • Name: human-readable title for your NAS.
  • Enabled: If set to off, no users will be allowed to authenticate from this NAS.
  • IP Address: The actual IP address of the NAS.
  • Shared Secret: a shared secret between SAS4 and your NAS.
  • Type: [Generic, Mikrotik, Cisco, UBNT Access Point].
  • Version: set your NAS model/version here.
  • API Username: used in Mikrotik to perform non-radius operations
  • API Password: used in Mikrotik to perform non-radius operations
  • Incoming (COA) Port: The incoming port in your NAS used for Change Of Authorization (COA) requests, usually 1700 in Cisco, 3799 in Mikrotik
  • IP Accounting (optional): When enabled, SAS will collect traffic accounting data related to Freezone sites, this requires HTTP port and IP Accounting to be enabled in your NAS.
  • HTTP Port (optional): Your NAS default HTTP port, Mikrotik default is 80
  • Pool Name (optional): A global pool name to be used for all clients on this NAS. When set, it will override the pool name set in the Profile.
  • API Port (optional): Mikrotik API port
  • Monitoring: if enabled, SAS4 will keep checking availability of NAS.
  • SNMP Community: SNMP secret set for that NAS, used to fetch useful information such as live traffic graphs for online users