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    Posted Nov 09, 2021 10:21 AM
    Hello Everyone,

    We are using Radius for MAC Authentication and I am wondering if their is anyway to automatically disconnect clients that don't authenticate to the Radius server?

    Another words

    1) An Un-Authorized Clients tries authenticate to my Radius SSID they fail
    2) They are having on to the AP listed as Deny All with a IP Address 

    Any to just drop them completely so, the AP is keeping them?



    Bob Nogueira

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    Posted Nov 10, 2021 12:34 PM
    I'm quite sure the client is disconnected. You just see the entry still there so you know there was something wrong.

    Do you see from the client side still connected? That should not be the case.

    Herman Robers
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    Posted Nov 10, 2021 12:59 PM
    Thanks ~ I was just hoping to see them disappear (not show up) as we have a lot of students who try to get on our network.

    Bob Nogueira