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The server can proxy any request to
other RADIUS servers. Proxying can be done via the common RADIUS
realms method, which is completely under the control of the local
administrator. Both prefixes and suffixes are support, as are other
arbitrary methods of selecting a realm.
Policies can be executed before, and after proxying. This capability enables the administrator to re-write requests before they are proxied, and also to re-write replies from home servers. For example, IP addresses may be assigned locally, so any IP address assignment received from a home server needs to be deleted.
Home servers are grouped into pools, which permit multiple kinds of fail-over and load-balancing:
Last edited by Matthew Newton, 2017-08-01 20:32:00
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