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Radius Proxy

dear all,

i found in Instant AP the item , Radius proxy, i have enderstand that is used  to proxy from different AP, so that  they will be sent  from the Virtual controlleur (with the cluster Address)

i have two question:

  1. is it true ?!
  2. is it the best practice to use this method instead of the standard method  (configure each AP as a radius client ?:

Regards

 


Raouf CHAHBOUNE
ICT Network & Security Engineer
CCNP R/S | CCNA Security | ACMP|ACCP|ACDX



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Re: Radius Proxy

Dynamic Radius Proxy is a best practice. Some radius servers have a limit to the number of radius clients that can be configured. Having Dynamic radius proxy reduces administration.

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Re: Radius Proxy

Correct. It prevents you from having to add each AP as a RADIUS client.


Thanks,
Tim

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Re: Radius Proxy

thank's for the help.

 


Raouf CHAHBOUNE
ICT Network & Security Engineer
CCNP R/S | CCNA Security | ACMP|ACCP|ACDX



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Re: Radius Proxy

Hello
1. it is true, all Radius requests were sent by the virtual controller address
2. it is a question of the configuration overhead (AP and Radius Server) and the functional safety with regard to bugs or something

I would use the Radius Proxy to avoid configuration mistakes and a single point of configuration

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