There are two types of AVPs. The standard RADIUS attributes are called Attribute Value Pairs (AVPs) while those from a vendor are called Vendor-Specific Attributes (VSA). Although there are two types of AVPs we usually do not differentiate between the two and simply call them both AVPs. VSAs use RADIUS attribute type 26 (
Vendor-Specific). The value of this AVP is used to wrap the vendor-specific attributes in turn. View the contents of the updated
dictionary.mikrotik file to understand the content of a dictionary file. The following discussion will be based on it.
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