I aim to configure the radius server group, which works as fail-over not round-robin or load-balancing.
And configured as below.
aaa group server TEST_Group
server name A_radius
server name B_radius
server name C_radius
radius server A_radius
address ipv4 10.10.10.1 ~~~~~~~~~
radius server B_radius
address ipv4 10.10.10.2 ~~~~~~~~~
radius server C_radius
address ipv4 10.10.10.3 ~~~~~~~~~
I expected that the priority order is
However, in contrary to my wish, the actual log output by the command "show aaa servers" is
How could I manipulate these priority as I expect ?
Go to Solution.
If this is order -
May be due to some reason i am thinking Radius 1 one failed some reason, so the prority is changed here i guess (make sense ?)
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I found that A_radius server once failed, which caused the change of the priority.
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