RADIUS server dead time

The RADIUS server dead time feature helps the client access request be serviced faster. RADIUS server dead time functions by skipping the client access request to a dead server then requesting access to the next active RADIUS server. The longevity to skip this dead server is controlled by a configuration value in minutes. Once the RADIUS server is marked as dead by the switch, it will not send any access requests to the RADIUS server, even if the server comes line within the configured time. Using the command radius-server dead-tome infinite, once the dead server comes alive, if tracked through radius tracking, switch will send access request to that time again.