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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

When I install Certificate Authority, the setup type is standalone. I can't select Enterprise type. Could this be the root issue?

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Suggestforme,

 

You can make that any ip address on the subnet.  Consider it the consistent address that the Virtual Controller will have, no matter which IAP is the master controller.  http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/Instant_40_WebHelp/InstantWebHelp.htm#UG_files/virtual_controller/Virtual_Controller_IP_Ad.htm

 

When you have enable dynamic radius proxy enabled, it also will always be the source ip address of radius authentication to your radius server.


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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

cjoseph,

 

I followed the steps listed in this link,

http://www.fatofthelan.com/technical/using-windows-2008-for-radius-authentication/

 

However, the server I am using is Windows Server 2012.

 

I can't authenticate against my Windows Server 2012.

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Do not enable termination on instant.  You should try authenticating with a smartphone first.  Do you see anything in the eventviewer in the Windows 2008 server?

 


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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

cjoseph,

 

There is no events displaysed on Event Viewer in Windows Server 2012.

 

But my WLAN.net network (in the WIndows Server 2012) shows limited access. See screenshot.

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Are you trying to authenticate a server to the wireless?  Limited access means that there needs to be DHCP on that VLAN.


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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Yes, I am  trying to authenticate the Windows Server 2012 to the wireless?

 

I did the DHCP configuration too, it shows an error msg.

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

You should start by authenticating a smartphone to the wireless, not a server.

If you do not see anything in the event viewer, you do not have the radius server in the IAP pointing to your radius server you are using for authentication...

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

cjoseph,

 

I am try to perform Layer 2 authentication with RADIUS Server with IAP-135.

 

How should I go about doing it?

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Re: Radius Authentication with IAP-135

Suggestforme,

 

Please look at this link here: http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/Instant_40_WebHelp/InstantWebHelp.htm#UG_files/WLAN_SSID_conf/ConfiguringSecuritySettings.htm to look at the necessary parameters.


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