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Service route for Destination

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Have 2 radius servers, 1 is used for admin login and is accessible only via the management interface, and another radius server is used for global protect authentication and is accessible via another production port.


Tried to configure custom service routes on destination IP,  which are not able to make them both work at the same time using custom service routes even after setting up specific destination and specifying the source IP and interface.


It is possible to make work at the same time with help of custom service routes


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Hi @Mohammed_Yasin ,


Can you try setting up one destination service route while setting up the other radius connection through the default IPv4 radius service route configuration? Does it work for both that way? 

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Radius server that is accessible only via the MGMT interface and that is working,

Now have added another radius server for GP authentication and that is and added a service destination route for it to be sourced from interface 1/8.875 (


Also tried to source it from 1/8.874( but that didn’t work as well.

In theory, this should work because all are trying to do is based on the destination use this specific interface as a source for this serviceSC2.jpgSC1.jpg

Cyber Elite
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try setting the IPv4 service RADIUS to use your dataplane interface, and add a destination service route for the server IP that is reachable through mgt to use the mgmt

Tom Piens
PANgurus - Strata specialist; config reviews, policy optimization

Yes, tried in the same way, not seen any success.

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