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The Retry Criteria allows you to configure the retry parameters.

Once the SBC sends an ACCESS_REQUEST, it waits until a configured amount of time (Retry Timer) before resending the ACCESS_REQUEST. After a configurable number of failed attempts (Retry Count), the RADIUS server is marked as unavailable, or out of service (OOS) for a configured amount of time (Oos Duration), and the SBC moves to the next configured RADIUS server based on the configured priority. Once all RADIUS servers are attempted and deemed unreachable (or no responses are received), the SBC falls back to Local Authentication (if Local Authentication is enabled).

On SBC main screen, go to Users and Application ManagementRadius Authentication> Radius Status. The Radius Status window is displayed.

Figure : Retry Criteria

The following fields are displayed:

Table : Retry Criteria Parameters



Retry Timer

Time in milliseconds before the SBC attempts another authentication request. Range: 500-3000 and default value = 1000
Retry CountNumber of retries the SBC uses to attempt authentication. Range: 1-3 and default value = 3
Oos Duration

Time in minutes the RADIUS server remains out of service after a timeout. Range: 0-300 and default value = 60

Make the required changes and click Save at the right hand bottom of the panel to save the changes made.

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