You would need Enterprise Licenses on A-C and a standard license on D.
> Question #.2:
> Can Machine D run on RadiusNT Standard ?
Assuming that you don't have to strip anything (it doesn't sound
like you do) then yes.
> SCENARIO #.2:
> All NAS directing their requested directly to Machine D. (No proxy
> Question #.3:
> Which SCENARIO works better - independent of all other factors ? I
> mean, Is there any difference in request from NAS and proxy?
The only way the first scenario would benefit you is if A,B,C
were caching the information on the local side, which they are not.
RadiusNT 3.0 has some caching/spooling features that would make
this scnario beneficial, but RadiusNT 2.5 does not.
> Question #.4:
> Which SCENARIO works better, if the NAS are over 192K link to
> Machine D under normal network traffic?
I'd still go with scenario B, until the a-c RADIUS servers do
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