On Apr 22,  2:23pm, Dialup USA Sales Dept wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Question
> Question:
> When Radiator is used on a machine with more then one IP address, will it
> sends its replies with a source addr of the IP address it recieved the
> request on?

By default, it does not force a source address, so it will do whatever your OS
decides to do, which is generally to use the IP address associated with the
interface of the route to the NAS, but YMMV.

You could force a specific reply address by using the Radiator BindAddress

Hope that helps.


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