Configuring Autonomous AP for Local RADIUS Authentication

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May 22, 2012 6:01 AM
May 22nd, 2012


Introduction


Configuring Autonomous AP for Local RADIUS Authentication

Setting the AP as local RADIUS server

1. Go to Security>Local RADIUS Server>General Setup


2. Enable Authentication Protocols (EAP FAST,LEAP and MAC)


3. Click on Apply


4. Specify the IP address of the RADIUS (the AP's IP)


5. Specify a shared secret password


6. Click on Apply


7. Create usernames/password on the RADIUS


8. click on Apply.

Defining the Authentication Server


1. Go to Security > Server Manager


2. Enter the IP address of the authentication server in the Server field


3. Specify the Shared Secret and the ports (optional)

---> authentication port = 1812 if local Radius


4. Specify the shared secret password


5. Click Apply


6. Under Default Server Priorities, set the EAP Authentication type Priority 1 field to the Radius server IP address (AP IP)


7. Click Apply

1. Note

Once the access point knows where to send client authentication requests, configure it to accept those methods:

Configuring AP

1. Go to Security>Encryption Manager


2. Specify Encryption (can be WEP or WPA)

3. Specify that WEP is Mandatory

4. Specify the key accordingly

5. Click Apply

6. Go to Security>SSID Manager

7. Select the desired SSID

8. Under Authentication Settings> Methods Accepted, select the following:
---> Open Authentication (with EAP)
---> Network-EAP( no addition )

8b. Under Client Authenticated Key Management

---> Key Management: Mandatory

---> Enable WPA: Checked (with WPA drop down)

9. Click Apply.

10. Specify the IP address of the Radius server under EAP Authentication

11. Click Apply.

Reference

Configuration Examples and TechNotes

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