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Sep 10th, 2008
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Dear Experts,

1. Every router is configured to be a part of any network, that is, a group of profiles are created in the router and router assumes the configuration depending on the network properties.

2. Every group/ profile shall contain a set of DHCP profiles, using which the router configures the end hosts.

3. A set of criteria, such as hostname, port addresses, or interesting traffic, can be used to select the group/ profile configuration

Note: No elements of discrete responsibility (such as dns server) shall be added/ configured to avoid single point failures in the network.

Plz give me ur guide lines like this setup is possible or not .


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mchin345 Tue, 09/16/2008 - 16:23
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You first configure connection profiles to set the values for the connection. Then you configure group policies. These set values for users in the aggregate. Then you configure users, which can inherit values from groups and configure certain values on an individual user basis

Client address assignment method-This method includes values for one or more DHCP servers or address pools that the security appliance assigns to clients

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