ARTICLE: 8 things you might be doing wrong with RADIUS

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Fri Jul 16 16:51:47 CEST 2021

** The 8 most common RADIUS mistakes
We see a lot of questions on this mailing list and from our clients that boil down to “RADIUS isn’t working. Can you tell me why?”. Most of the time, the problem isn’t with RADIUS itself, it is with the supporting infrastructure, or with less than ideal network administration practices. Many of these issues aren’t necessarily self-evident so we wanted to outline the most common mistakes and tell you how to avoid them.

The good news is that most of these practices don’t cost much in terms of money or time to do correctly. The other good news is that they can make the difference between catastrophic failure and a minor inconvenience. The bad news is that most people don’t follow these practices.

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