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How To Verify Authentication at scale?

I have a large deployment of Aruba Controllers of various models. When I make a change I would like a quick way to verify authentication is still working for all my SSIDs. 

 

Is there a way to test this without dumping my entire User Table?

 

I am sure "aaa user delete all" would do the trick to see if users come back, but is there a more graceful way? 


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Re: How To Verify Authentication at scale?

Yes, but you would have to replace mschap with pap.


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Re: How To Verify Authentication at scale?

aaa user delete mac <mac address of single user>

 


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Re: How To Verify Authentication at scale?

I had considered this as a potential option. I could script out like 5 random users and delete them and see if they reauth. That's possible. 

I also just stumbled upon this. Would this function if I'm using a captive portal? It would work well for my 802.1x SSIDs, but I have guest and wpa2 as well. 

aaa test-server mschapv2 DC ngutri MyPassword123



https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Command-of-the-Day/Quickly-test-your-radius-authentication/idi-p/222944

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Re: How To Verify Authentication at scale?

Yes, but you would have to replace mschap with pap.


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