Radar is a real-time, interactive graphical tool for monitoring Radiator Radius servers. It features monitoring of multiple remote Radiators, graphing, statistics, error and event logging, log viewing, radiator configuration viewing and modification, and alerts for significant events. Radar runs under Unix and Windows platforms.
|Tags||Networking Monitoring Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||Windows Unix|
Release Notes: Minor features and bugfixes were made. There are improvements to the way ping is used on Windows to detect Radiator hosts. It now uses ICMP ping. The range of manual options for the Y Scale in plots has increased.
Release Notes: This release has minor features and bugfixes, including compatibility with Radiator 4.0.
Release Notes: The identification name of each host now includes the host name and connected port. Improvements were made to the Filter dialog attribute selection menus. They are now grouped alphabetically to reduce the maximum depth of menus. The Restart Server command is now protected by a confirmation dialog.
Release Notes: The logger can now select which log messages to show based on a packet filter that can select log messages based on any number of attributes in the associated Radius request. It can also select whether to log messages with no associated Radius request (ie general server messages). This release requires Radiator 3.12 plus the latest patches or newer.
Release Notes: Improvements were made so that stringarray and splitstringarray types can be displayed.