ARTICLE: Why you should run RADIUS in a VM

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Fri Jul 9 22:36:26 CEST 2021

** Why you should run your RADIUS server in a VM
Your network can go down for really simple reasons.

A junior system admin might inadvertently type the wrong thing into a command line, or a minor upgrade can break some obscure dependency between libraries resulting in a cascading set of errors that bring the network down. When your infrastructure stops working, (and it will, you just don’t know when), it is critical to fix it quickly.

Fortunately, there is a very easy, simple, and cheap way to design your infrastructure in anticipation of possible catastrophe. In fact, it’s easier, simpler, and cheaper than the alternatives!

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