06-16-2015 02:27 AM
We have multiple domains in our network (due to multiple businesses merging networks) and want to know how to create multiple SSIDs that reflect these or add multiple domains to a single SSID. This is so we can get client laptops that are registered to different domains to see the different domains and auto authenticate.
Has anyone set this up this way before? Appreciate any feedback/help offered.
We are running AP93 devices connected to a 7220 controller.
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06-16-2015 04:24 AM - edited 06-16-2015 04:25 AM
If all of the domains are trusted, you should be able to use a single NPS server. See below.
For multiple-domain environments, an NPS server can authenticate credentials for user accounts in the domain of which it is a member and for all domains that trust the local domain of the NPS server. To allow the NPS server to read the dial-in properties of user accounts during the authorization process, you must add the computer account of the NPS server to the RAS and NPS servers group for each domain.
You can also define multiple NPS servers in your RADIUS server-group and allow fail-through.
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