Has anyone had any success running keepalives for radius services running on servers behind the CSS? All of the other keepalives seem to work just fine by defining the keep type, port, freq, retries, etc.
From what I've read there is a script that must be run for the keepalive on the radius service. I've loaded this script into the /scripts directory, and can assign it to the keepalive, but my servers aren't even seeing any requests coming from the CSS?
We're using an 11503 running the most current version. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Keepalive scripts might help you monitor the radius server. You may use alternatively use a TCP or ICMP keepalive which is simpler. You may try customising the script using the following link. You can use the DNS scripts.
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