A packet is regarded as a duplicate if it has the same request code (eg
"Access-Request") and the same Identifier from the same NAS, and it arrived
within DupInterval seconds of the first one.
Hope that helps.
On Jun 25, 11:04am, Jeremy Burton wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Duplicate requests
> Hi all,
> Just wondering if anyone knows how Radiator defines duplicate requests?
> We have a couple of instances where we have a duplicates ignored from one
> particular NAS, and are wondering if that means that Radiator is not
> to particular requests (due to being overloaded or whatever), or that there
> is some other possible explanation of the duplicates (our NAS is an
> Ascend MAX set to retry requests after 10 seconds of no response).
> Jeremy Burton
> Database Administrator, Netspace Online Systems
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