pyrad is an implementation of a RADIUS client/server as described in RFC2865. It takes care of all the details like building RADIUS packets, sending them and decoding responses.
Here is an example of doing a authentication request:
from __future__ import print_function from pyrad.client import Client from pyrad.dictionary import Dictionary import pyrad.packet srv = Client(server="localhost", secret=b"Kah3choteereethiejeimaeziecumi", dict=Dictionary("dictionary")) # create request req = srv.CreateAuthPacket(code=pyrad.packet.AccessRequest, User_Name="wichert", NAS_Identifier="localhost") req["User-Password"] = req.PwCrypt("password") # send request reply = srv.SendPacket(req) if reply.code == pyrad.packet.AccessAccept: print("access accepted") else: print("access denied") print("Attributes returned by server:") for i in reply.keys(): print("%s: %s" % (i, reply[i]))
Requirements & Installation
pyrad requires Python 2.6 or later, or Python 3.2 or later
Installing is simple; pyrad uses the standard distutils system for installing Python modules:
python setup.py install
Author, Copyright, Availability
pyrad was written by Wichert Akkerman <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is maintained by Christian Giese (GIC-de).
This project is licensed under a BSD license.
Copyright and license information can be found in the LICENSE.txt file.
The current version and documentation can be found on pypi: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyrad
Bugs and wishes can be submitted in the pyrad issue tracker on github: https://github.com/wichert/pyrad/issues