We have not publicly realeased roaming for Emerald. In a roaming
you don't give out information, you just setup which users CAN roam.
RadiusNT server at the other ISP then queries yours for the
information. Accounting is forwarded as well to keep track of all
Currently, to do what you are asking for, you could create an MBR for
the users of the other ISP, and put the users who can roam in that
Then you just inactivate the MBR to disable roaming for that ISP.
there would be some overhead, since its not automated, it shouldn't be a
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