AP settings - Global Properties

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Feb 12th, 2008
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Hi netpro,


let me share with you some background first, currently my AP has 3 Radius server which mainly for redundancy, incase Radius server A down, server B will take over. but, lately i noticed when my Server A , Server B never take over and i saw some logs which indicating Dead Server .... bla bla bla.


anyone can tell me how to configure AP - Global Properties for redundancy.


your reply will be highly appreciated.


thanks.


regards,

Jack



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Scott Fella Thu, 02/14/2008 - 18:34
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Looking at the configuration, the only thing you have to change is to enable the dead radious server list and set it to 1 min which is the minimum. So it would take at least a minute before the ap tries the 2nd radious server. Test it to see how it reacts when server 1 comes back online.

ney25 Thu, 02/14/2008 - 22:49
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Hi Fella5,


thanks for your information but i noticed if the Radius server is not down , example : when u do a ping command , radius server still replied with packets although Services down . but the Radius server wont fail over to Radius server B . i have encountered this problem which means i need to manually change the server priority .


is that any solution for this ?


thanks.


regards,

Jack


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