The naslist file resides in the radius database directory,
by default /etc/raddb. It contains a list of RADIUS network access
Every line starting with a hash sign
is treated as comment and ignored.
Each line of the file contains three white-space delimited fields.
The NAS hostname. This may be a plain hostname, or a
dotted-quad IP address. An entry called "DEFAULT" does exactly what
you would expect it to do.
This field declares a short alias for the NAS.
It is used in the /var/log/radwtmp accounting file, and to
build the directory name for the accounting detail file.
Type of NAS (terminalserver). This can be livingston, cisco,
portslave or other. This is passed to the external checkrad
program when it is called to detect double logins.
file is read by radiusd on startup only.