Hi Alan

Thank you for your mail

We are using a LNS this time
We are using 2 radius servers. When one radius is
down, 2nd radius can help for authenticate

Regarding to separate ip spool
eg: radius 1. ip from x.x.x.2 - x.x.x.127
radius 2. ip from x.x.x.128 to x.x.x.254

if the radius1 is used up the ip, ls the client
automatically asking the radius2 to get the ip?

Thank you


--- Alan DeKok <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> ann kok wrote:
> > it looks like the first radius issues the ip to
> the A
> > DSL client. but seondary radius doesn't know this
> ip
> > already allocated and issue this ip to B DSL
> client.
> 
>   You've configured two different RADIUS servers to
> allocate the same IP
> to two different people?  Why?
> 
> > How can we avoid this problem?
> 
>   Each server should have it's own IP pool.  IP
> pools should not be
> shared between servers.
> 
>   Alan DeKok.
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