IP Grouping

George Innocent ginnocentus2002 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 21:06:14 CEST 2012

I had followed the clients file to group the IP's.

*# Grouped IP:*

client { <>
         secret = grouping

On doing the connection from the NAS it doesn't connect but when i test
using NAS'es having the full addresses without the grouping they connect
The Full IP's ranges from This are very many
IP's to create single.

So one of my IP's will be :

client {
secret = grouping
nastype= other

On Mon, Oct 8, 2012 at 9:40 PM, alan buxey <A.L.M.Buxey at lboro.ac.uk> wrote:

> Hi,
> >    I have a set of IP for my NAS and wish to group this together so i
> don't
> >    have to create a set of new ones on the clients.conf file every time
> a new
> >    NAS is created.
> well, the depends on whether these NASes can be grouped by their IP
> address - in which case
> they can be identified as one (or more) blocks of addresses within a
> subnet.
> see clients.conf original file for example).
> another way is to uas SQL to store the clients - and then you can use the
> dynamic clients
> module to check if they are NAS clients as they are added to the network
> without having
> to restart the server
> >    What's the best way to do this without causing a crash
> well, just adding new entries to clients.conf doesnt cause a crash.
>  restarting
> the RADIUS daemon after adding entries to clients.conf doesnt cause a
> crash (unless
> youve made a spectacular error in the config! ;-) )
> alan
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George Innocent.
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