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RADIUS Server Named Instances?

I'd like to use different named instances of my RADIUS server to authenticate different classes of users--e.g., old users use SSID#1 and RADIUS#1 and get on VLAN1, and new users use SSID#2 and RADIUS#2 and get put on VLAN2. I want to do this *without* using the PEF software.

 

However, there are very few parameters associated with an SSID's RADIUS configuration--mainly IP address, shared secret, and ports used. Is it possible to specify a 'named instance' of my Microsoft NPS RADIUS server that shares the same IP address with other named instances? Google and Airhead searches did not help me.

 

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Jeff

 

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Re: RADIUS Server Named Instances?

What type of information will you be evaluating from the auth request?
Domain/realm?

Tim Cappalli | Aruba ClearPass TME
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Re: RADIUS Server Named Instances?

Thanks for your help, Tim. I think I might have gotten my answer here; I'll let you know:

 

http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/AAA-NAC-Guest-Access-BYOD/Two-SSID-s-using-802-1x-authentication-with-same-Radius-server/td-p/39038

 

 

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