lelle1 Absent Member.
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NAAF and Radius

Hi,

anybody that knows if its possible to use Radius in Naaf even if you dont have a fixed IP address?
When you add a client it requires a IP address and it's not possible to set anything else, but perhaps somebody knows a way around that?


/Lelle
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Re: NAAF and Radius

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Re: NAAF and Radius

lelle;2498701 wrote:
Hi,

anybody that knows if its possible to use Radius in Naaf even if you dont have a fixed IP address?
When you add a client it requires a IP address and it's not possible to set anything else, but perhaps somebody knows a way around that?


/Lelle


With RADIUS, you can specify network/mask format for the client (although that has inherent security risks).... a static IP is best.

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