strip-domain

Syntax

strip-domain { enable | disable }

no strip-domain

Release Information

Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

Description

Strips the domain name from the username before sending an Access-Request message to the RADIUS server. The domain name is the text after the last @ character. For example, xyz.com is the domain name of the following: fred@abc.com@xyz.com. To stop stripping the domain name, use the disable keyword. The no version resets the default, disable.

When the strip domain feature is enabled, the router does not permanently remove the domain name from the username of the subscriber. Instead, the router blocks the domain name from being sent in the Access-Request message, thereby retaining the domain name. So the output of the show subscribers command always displays the complete username, including the domain name (if available), of the subscriber regardless of the status of the strip domain feature.

Options

Mode

Domain Map Configuration

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