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Clustering Radius

NW 6.0 SP 5
I have set up a resource to cluster radius. It works fine for VPN
traffic but I am having problems with my dial in accounts. The radius
console shows Access Accepted(on dialup) but on the client side I am
getting error PPP 718. If I move the Radius service to a stand alone
server I have no problems. Any ideas?

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Re: Clustering Radius


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Antw: Clustering Radius

Hi Todd,

yes of course. Just setup your RADIUS Client to talk to the primary
IP-Address of the Cluster nodes. Then every thing will work fine.
There seems to be a problem with the IP-Stack on the NW-Box.

Reg. Thomas Schoppe
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