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Instant CP using External Radius Server

HI

 

I using IAP 135 with Version: 6.4.0.3-4.1.0.1_45063

I have created two SSID one is using WPA2-Enterprise and other is CP using the same external radius server + local database.

I can successfully connect to WPA2-Enterprise SSID, but fail to use the same account in the CP.

can anyone help?

 

Thanks 

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Re: Instant CP using External Radius Server

How can something be using an external radius server and the internal database at the same time?  How does that work?

 



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Occasional Contributor II

Re: Instant CP using External Radius Server

Can I do that in order to have back up server?

anyway, I have success to login the CP with the Radius account, but I cannot use Internal database for backup, and I need to do some config in Windows NPS .InstantCP.PNG

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Re: Instant CP using External Radius Server

im missing a bit of a question in your last post.

 

you did create the user in the internal database? how did you test it didn't work?

 

using the internal database as a backup for the external radius doesn't feel like a very solid solution. it means you have to create user double.

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Re: Instant CP using External Radius Server

Actually, I want some guest account store in Radius Server and some guest account store in local database for some reason, so I need two auth server (Radius+local DB) to do that, is that possible?

 

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Re: Instant CP using External Radius Server

that depends if you can do a fall through on instant, so that if the first source fails with a deny it tries the next. you should be able to check for that on the GUI. if there isn't something like that and it is meant to prevent a server outage it won't work.

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