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This optional parameter specifies the TCP port number to listen on. The argument may be either a numeric port number or an alphanumeric service name as specified in /etc/services (or its equivalent on your system). Defaults to 9048.
Tip
You can pass the port number as a command line argument to radiusd with a configuration like this:
Port %{GlobalVar:monitorport}
and then run radiusd with an argument to set the port number like this:
radiusd monitorport=9000 ....