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Publishing Server Configuration Information

If you change the configuration of your primary server and want to push that data to your replicas, you must manually publish the modified configuration so that your replica servers can download the modified settings. The replication engine is not automated; it will always entail manual intervention to push the data to the replicas.

The following configurations are published to the replicas:

Server informationRADIUS client informationUser informationProfile informationProxy target informationEAP method configurationsFiltersRADIUS tunnel informationName parsing informationAuthentication method informationAuthentication realm informationRejection messagesJavascript (.jsi) files

To publish the server configuration information using the Web GUI:

  1. Select RADIUS Configuration > Replication.

    The Server List page (Figure 120) appears.

  2. Click Publish.

    A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

  3. Click Yes to publish the server configuration information.

    This creates a file called /opt/JNPRsbr/radius/packages/timestamp_SBR.ccmpkg, where timestamp reflects the date and time when the package was created.

Modified: 2017-03-07