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CPPM As RADIUS Authenticator

Hello, i want to use CPPM as a RADIUS authentication source for LAN Switches.  I know i need to add a Device for the LAN Switch and a Service but i cannot see where i link the Device to use the Service?  do i need to do this or will defined Devices look at all Services until they come to one which matches?

 

Thanks

 

Ryan

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Re: CPPM As RADIUS Authenticator

All authentication devices will look at the Service conditions to determine whether the service applies to its authentication request.    You can add various conditions to ensure the switch in question matches your desired service.  

 

Two examples to match your switch:

 

Radius:IETF - NAS-IP-Address - EQUALS - X.X.X.X

Connection - NAD-IP-Address - BELONGS_TO_GROUP -  [name of custom group for switches]

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Systems Engineer, Northeast USA
AMFX | ACCX | ACDX | ACMX

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Re: CPPM As RADIUS Authenticator

ok thanks, so from below i can group the LAN Switches in a Device group and use this as the Service condition, got it.

 

Thanks for quick response

 

Ryan

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