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Specifies the name of a Client that the request must come from. You can use an exact, alternation or regular expression match. The match is against the Client name (i.e. the word following Client in a <Client xxxxxx> clause). Note that it is legal to use Client- Id=DEFAULT to match requests that arrive through a <Client DEFAULT> clause.
<Client nas1.open.com.au>
      ....
</Client>
<Client nas2.open.com.au>
      ....
</Client>
<Client DEFAULT>
      ....
</Client>

# This user can only log in through nas2.open.com.au:
username1 Password=fred,Client-Id=nas2.open.com.au
# And this one only through NASs other than nas1 and nas2
username2 Password=jim,Client-Id=DEFAULT
Tip
When you use the Client-Id check item, it matches against the name or address in the <Client xxxxxx> line, but not against any of the values listed in IdenticalClients.