veerendra.madiwalappa at wipro.com
Mon Nov 26 16:29:57 CET 2007
But how about splitting the task, one handling the Tx part, the other
handling the Rx, of-course there will be some communication that needs
to be done between these two tasks. Kindly comment on this.
Alan DeKok wrote:
> Veerendra wrote:
>> I have a requirement to handle 15 authentication requests within 1 sec.
>> I went through the code of Free Radius Client code, where in after
>> sending EAP request packet to the Radius Server, the Radius Client waits
>> on 'select' call for the response, this makes the other requests to
>> block. Do we need to do any customizations to the Radius Client to
>> achieve this, or do we need to split the Radius Client task, where in
>> one task sends requests to Radius Server and the other handles the
>> response? Please suggest a better solution for this.
> The existing RADIUS clients do not handle multiple streams of EAP
> requests. If you need that, I suggest running many copies of the client
> at the same time.
> Alan DeKok.
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