07-15-2014 01:39 PM - edited 07-15-2014 02:05 PM
could you tell me (step by step) how can I configure authentication ( on the Aruba controller) ? my hardware it's Aruba 650 and 4 AP 105 ( campus mode) my Aruba650 is connected with Radius server and communications it's ok (I check "diagnostic tab on controller" and event viewer on Radius server )....but I don't know how can I configure policy and roles? ...i try two weeks and nothing ... our workers can't connected to "internal wireless network"
thank you for help ...(my boss wanna kill me ;) )
07-15-2014 01:44 PM
Tim Cappalli | Aruba ClearPass TME
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07-15-2014 06:39 PM
PFA for WS 2003 IIS step by step config.
Add radius server in controller.
Configuration -> Authentication -> Servers -> Radius Server
07-15-2014 10:54 PM
Hi, thank you for solutions... I have domain controller and radius (working ok - user have a grant access) is added to the controller but question is - which policy and roles must be add in the aruba (vlan for role must be assigned?) i have to use default role and policies?
07-15-2014 11:01 PM
There are a lot of different How-To docs here
Or you can use the VRD
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07-15-2014 11:03 PM
Did you already try to use the Campus LAN Wizard to setup your network (Configuration> Wizards> Campus LAN)? It should have asked you the VLAN and role you want your users to be in.
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07-16-2014 07:15 PM - edited 07-16-2014 07:17 PM
You are using radius authentication. If you have selected WPA2+AES security then role will be authenticated.
If you want to assign multiple internal vlan to user group with single SSID then you will have to use user derivation rule.
There is AP group name is "default" in controller. Policy will be assigned as per role.
Kindly provide screenshot for clearity.