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cannot connect to this network , windows 10

  • 1.  cannot connect to this network , windows 10

    Posted Mar 04, 2019 03:23 AM

    Hiii to all 

     

    greeting of day 

     

    we currently have deployment for aruba controller 7010 , We done intgeration with Microsoft Radius server for dot1x authentication but when we try to connect to this SSID we get this error " Cannot connect to this network the client doesnt match network requirment " how we can solve this problem , i heard that it require certificate , but i dont know how to configure this method of authentication 

     

    best regards, 

     



  • 2.  RE: cannot connect to this network , windows 10

    Posted Mar 04, 2019 03:44 AM

    What have you configured for your NPS policy? Your client and RADIUS policies will need to match. In default cases the Aruba controller will merely pass the EAP conversation through to the back end RADIUS server (unless EAP termination is enabled). You will need to add the Aruba controller as a NAS Client on your NPS server.



  • 3.  RE: cannot connect to this network , windows 10

    Posted Mar 04, 2019 05:33 AM

    Dear Zialon 

     

    Thanks For your replay , kindly note that this is multinational company , i dont have a control for radius server , as customer say they add controller as NAS Device 

     

    Best regards,  



  • 4.  RE: cannot connect to this network , windows 10

    Posted Mar 04, 2019 05:40 AM

    You will need to speak to the team to ensure they have configured the RADIUS policies correctly along with the client. In the mean time you can check if the RADIUS is responding to requests with the following:

     

    #aaa test-server mschapv2 [RADIUS-SERVER] [USERNAME] [PASSWORD]

    You can also view the EAP conversation between the client and RADIUS server.

     

    #show auth-tracebuf