SG300 not sending any traffic to windows 2012 NPS for Radius
I've spent about 8 hours trying to figure out why my SG300 is not communicating with the NPS server for Radius 802.1x wired authentication.
The SG300 is brand new. I factory reset it and configured a static IP. After that I configured Radius as per the manual. I see no communication taking place between the Windows 2012 server and the switch. The server firewall is off and the server directly connects to the SG300 switch.
I'm only testing with one port (port 1) set to Auto.
This is the log when I connect the laptop that is supposed to authenticate with Windows Server 2012 NPS via Radius
%STP-W-PORTSTATUS: gi1: STP status Forwarding
%LINK-I-Up: Vlan 10
Radius Server ports match the server entry on Cisco. I've tried 1812/1813 and 1645/1646.
I've checked for RADIUS traffic using Wireshark and I see none. :(
Here is the config for the switch:
config-file-header switch192437 v220.127.116.11 / R750_NIK_1_35_647_358 CLI v1.0 set system mode switch
Hi, it may be possible you do not have the RADIUS priority configured correctly. I think your local log in is taking precedent. You may want to check the log in order to ensure is local to the second to RADIUS
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