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user_guide:permanent_users [2021/06/01 06:15]
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 ===== Some Advanced Features =====  ===== Some Advanced Features ===== 
   * Under the **Basic Info** sub-tab when you edit a permanent user is a couple of fields which require more discussion.   * Under the **Basic Info** sub-tab when you edit a permanent user is a couple of fields which require more discussion.
-  * **Static IP** This field can take an IPv4 IP Address. This will automatically translate to the **Framed-User'' ​and **Framed-IP-Address** Private RADIUS Reply attributes added for the specific user. (Add an IP-Address, Save it, and confirm that it is added under **Private attributes** tab.) +  * **Static IP** This field can take an IPv4 IP Address. This will automatically translate to the **Framed-User** and **Framed-IP-Address** Private RADIUS Reply attributes added for the specific user. (Add an IP-Address, Save it, and confirm that it is added under **Private attributes** tab.) 
-        * For this to have any affect, the NAS which is serving the user must be able to interpret those reply attributes+       ​* For this to have any affect, the NAS which is serving the user must be able to interpret those reply attributes
   * **Extra Filed Name** This is just an extra field which you can use to store values for your own use and has Nothing to do with RADIUS   * **Extra Filed Name** This is just an extra field which you can use to store values for your own use and has Nothing to do with RADIUS
   * **Extra Filed Value** This is just an extra field which you can use to store values for your own use and has nothing to to with RADIUS.   * **Extra Filed Value** This is just an extra field which you can use to store values for your own use and has nothing to to with RADIUS.
         * We make use of these two fields to map a social logged in user to the '​real'​ user in RADIUSdesk.         * We make use of these two fields to map a social logged in user to the '​real'​ user in RADIUSdesk.
         * So when you implement Social Login these fields will be used by the system.         * So when you implement Social Login these fields will be used by the system.