You need to create an entry in RadIPGroups first. Then you can put entries
into the RadIPAddresses associating it to a RadIPGroup. Basically, each
RadIPGroup is a pool of addresses (from RadIPAddressed) independant of
Once you have your IPs and IP Groups defined, you can add entries to the
RadIPAccountTypes table telling RadiusNT/X which Server Groups can
get IP addresses from which IP Groups for which services. You can put
NULL entries for AccountType, ServerGroup and RadIPGroup if you don't
want to seperate them.
Here an example: Lets say you have two pops, which the NASes configured
into ServerGroupID 1 and ServerGroupID 2. You have two Class C address
ranges, one for each pop and you want RadiusNT/X to assign an IP from
the respective pool to the Respective server group.
1. Create two entries in RadIPGroups, one for each ServerGroup (ie, one
for each pop).
2. Create x entries in RadIPAddresses for each IP Addresses and associate
each entry to the respective RadIPGroup it will be available to.
3. Create two entries in the RadIPAccountTypes table. Entry one will
associated RadIPGroupID 1 to ServerGroupID 1 and have a NULL
AccountTypeID (all account types). Entry two will associated
RadIPGroupID 2 to ServerGroupID 2 and have a NULL AccountTypeID
(all account types).
As a side note on the RadIPaddresses table, Leave NASIdentifier, NASPort,
and LastUsed NULL and State set to 0 when you create the entry.
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