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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group

Yes your recap is correct its whats happening here!

 

I ll try just having radius2 in the group but i guess it will work fine... just like if i list it as the first server in the server group

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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group


@NightShade1 wrote:

Yes your recap is correct its whats happening here!

 

I ll try just having radius2 in the group but i guess it will work fine... just like if i list it as the first server in the server group


No, it is NOT the same thing.  Please try it in a group by itself.

 

Even better, do a AAA test server, by going to the Diagnostics Tab on the controller and doing a test authentication to the server with the problem.

 


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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group

okay cjoseph

ill try it in the group itselft

ill try this on thursday, any other test that need to be run?

 

I can tell you i did try the AAA test server on Radius2 as you can select with which you want to run the test and it was succesfully the test. 

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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group

Great

 

That means you need to examine the Certificate that is in the Remote Access Policy under Constraints> Authentication Method, EAP-PEAP or MSCHAPv2 on Radius2, then.


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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group

Okay cjoseph ill check on that.

 

ill bring the results on thursday

 

Cheers and thanks everyone for asnwering!!

 

 

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Re: two RAdius servers on a server group

Hello Everyone

I just finished testing everything

The thing was working fine all the time but i noticed the fallowing things

 

1- it doesnt take 5 secs so the WC knows the Server is down it seems it get notice its down when a client tries to connect and then he ask the other server

2- Before when the client was trying to prove it was working he was turning off the wireless card so the WC didnt know he was down until the times out came out and for some reason when we were trying to connnect it again it keep asking the Radius1

3-When we properly disconnected it and the aruba knows the client was down we tried to connect it, it keep asking to radius1 even if it was down then like 2 mins after that it wiill ask radius2.

4-When the radius1 is down it takes 10 mins for him to take him out of the out of service as the default timer said so.  So he will keep sending the request to radius2 even if radius1 is up again.

 

In conclusion the commnand that cjoseph told me made me realize what was happening

When we were testing it, we just disconect the wireless and tried asap instead waiting for a few... when we saw it didnt connect we just though it wasnt working....

 

Thanks everyone for asnwering!

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