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Radius Authentication with IAP-135

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I am trying to do 802.1x authentication with IAP-135, which is RADIUS Server to talk with IAP-135.

i have setup a RADIUS Server (via Windows Server 2012)

 

I am confused with the IP assignment.

 

1. When I configure 802.1X, I created a RADIUS client. The IP address of this RADIUS client should comes from IAP-135 (Master).

 

2. When I clicked on the 'Security' tab - Authentication Server, I created a RADIUS Server. This IP address should come from the IP address of my RADIUS Server (WIndows Server 2012)

 

Am I right? Any misconfigurations? Any missing steps?

 

When I login to Instant User Interface, I discovered there is a client available on the instant network. The IP address of this client belongs to?

 

Pls advise.

Guru Elite
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

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Did you setup a WLAN?  If you did not, the initial "Instant" SSID is still broadcasting and accepting clients.



Colin Joseph
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

I have a created  WLAN, domain: WLAN.net.

Guru Elite
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Did you delete the instant WLAN, or is it still broadcasting?



Colin Joseph
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

I created a new SSID = TestIAP, now the Istant SSID is erased.

MVP
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Add VC IP address and add that as the radius client , make sure you enable dynamic radius proxy under the system settings
Thank you

Victor Fabian
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Dynamic radius proxy = enabled.

 

But the IP address of Virtual Controller should not 0.0.0.0 .

This IP address comes from where?

 

Please advise.

Occasional Contributor II
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

What is the reason for enabling  dynamic radius proxy?

Guru Elite
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

enabling dynamic radius proxy is so that source IP address is always that of the virtual controller so you will only need one client entry on your radius server; this is no matter what access point a client authenticates to.  Where do you see 0.0.0.0?



Colin Joseph
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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Under the system's settings, General tab.

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