Radar is an interactive real-time graph for remotely controlling one or more Radiator RADIUS servers. Radar is a real-time graphical and interactive tool for remote control of one or more Radiator RADIUS servers. It allows administrators to remotely monitor, analyze and modify the behavior of Radiator.Radar allows administrators to optimize performance and availability of their authentication system.Radar provides administrators with tools to announce and recognize diagnose problems with their authentication system. Administrators using the radar can be alerted immediately to the performance or accessibility problems with their servers radiator, or downstream RADIUS servers. Administrators can see the historical trends in server performance and throughput, allowing swift action to take, and prevent facilities problems.Small end users access to a server radiator or large installations with tens of Servers can be monitored from a single workstation, allowing centralized control of all sizes installation.Radar radiator runs on any Unix or Windows platform.Here some key features of "Radar": facilities · Monitor large or small radiator. · Radar connects to servers Radiator local or remote TCP / IP, you can deploy a single radar monitoring any number or radiators. · Connections radar radiator radiator are authenticated with technical features CHAPSignificant Radar · complete Perl source code provided · using Perl and Tk for maximum portability · monitor any number of radiators controls a single Radar · to skew clock between it and monitoring Radiators. Clock skew may mean that the host clocks are not synchronized, which can mean inaccurate accounting data · radar radiator connections are authenticated by CHAP, and can be authenticated using any authentication method standard radiator that supports CHAP · radar can be configured to remember its most recent configuration. The next time radar started, it will follow the same list of servers with the same tools · detects a server failure, accidents, disconnection, incapacity, stall, hanging and excessive Clock Skew · problems posting via email and / or an external program and / or popup Windows · plot one or more of the statistics for the entire server or for each Client, Realm, Handler, or authby clauselatforms supported host · Unix including Linux (RedHat, Debian, Mandrake, SuSE etc.), Solaris, FreeBSD, NetBSD, SunOS, AIX, IRIX, SCO Open Server, Digital, HP-UX, etc. · MacOS X Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000Requirements: · Unix or Windows operating system · Radiator 3.0 or later · Perl 5.6.0 or later · Tk 800,023 or later · About 2 MB of disk spaceLimitations: New · 30 days trialWhat in this version: · This release includes minor features and bug fixes, including compatibility 4.0 with the radiator.