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This optional parameter disables EAP authentication in the specific AuthBy. If the AuthBy would otherwise do EAP authentication, this parameter forces it to do conventional authentication. This is useful for performing additional checks besides EAP authentication, for example, when doing MAC Address whitelist checking as well as EAP authentication.
AuthByPolicy ContinueWhileAccept
# Check the MAC address is valid..
<AuthBy FILE>
      NoEAP
      AuthenticateAttribute Calling-Station-Id
      Filename ...
      ...
</AuthBy>
# then check the username and password, perhaps by EAP
<AuthBy LDAP>
      EAPType ....
      ....
</AuthBy>