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NAD-Specific IP Address Pools

Steel-Belted Radius Carrier enables you to define IP address pools that are specific to the NAD (RADIUS client) from which the user request was received. You can also define a set of suffixes that define categories of pools. For example, a pool category might correspond to the kinds of services available to users in that category. You might decide to define categories called Bronze, Silver, and Gold, indicating increasing packet routing priorities.

To create a NAD-specific address pool using the Web GUI:

  1. Add an IPv4 address pool.

    For information about how to add an IPv4 address pool, see Adding an IPv4 Address Pool.

  2. In the RADIUS Clients List page (Figure 19), use the Address Pool check box and the Address Pool list to associate the IP address pool with the appropriate NAD.
  3. Assign the user to a NAD-specific IP address pool and suffix.

    Create this association in the Native Users List page (Figure 29), Unix Users List page (Figure 39), or the Profiles List page (Figure 44) by adding a Framed-IP-Address check list or return list attribute with a value of pool associated with RAS Client (Figure 67).

    Figure 67: Assigning the User to a NAD-Specific IP Address Pool

the User to a NAD-Specific IP Address Pool

Modified: 2017-03-07