You can remove the domain name from the username received at the global level by using the
radius-server domain-stripping command. When the
radius-server domain-stripping command is configured, all the AAA requests with “email@example.com” go to the remote RADIUS server with the reformatted username “user”. The domain name is removed from the request.
Domain stripping will not be done in a TACACS configuration.
The AAA Broadcast Accounting feature allows accounting information to be sent to multiple AAA servers at the same time, that is, accounting information can be broadcast to one or more AAA servers simultaneously. This functionality allows you to send accounting information to private and public AAA servers. It also provides redundant billing information for voice applications.
You can configure domain stripping at the server group level by using the
domain-stripping command in server group RADIUS configuration mode. Per-server group configuration overrides the global configuration. If domain stripping is not enabled globally, but it is enabled in a server group, then it is enabled only for that server group. Also, if virtual routing and forwarding (VRF)-specific domain stripping is configured globally and in a server group for a different VRF, domain stripping is enabled in both the VRFs. VRF configurations are taken from server-group configuration mode. If server-group configurations are disabled in global configuration mode but are available in server-group configuration mode, all configurations in server-group configuration mode are applicable.
After the domain stripping and broadcast accounting are configured, you can create separate accounting records as per the configurations.