Configuring an Infranet Enforcer as a RADIUS Client of the Infranet Controller (NSM Procedure)

You can use an Infranet Enforcer as an 802.1X RADIUS client of the Infranet Controller. Unlike all other network access devices, you do not configure a RADIUS client for the Infranet Enforcer. When you use the following instructions, the Infranet Controller automatically creates an internal RADIUS client for the Infranet Enforcer that you cannot change. This RADIUS client for the Infranet Enforcer is not displayed in the Infranet Controller admin console.

To use an Infranet Enforcer as an 802.1X RADIUS client of the Infranet Controller:

  1. Configure a location group policy for the Infranet Enforcer:
    1. Create a sign-in policy that you want to associate with the location group. See ”Configuring Sign-In Policies (NSM Procedure).”
    2. Create a location group and select the sign-in policy you want to associate with the location group. See “Configuring Location Groups (NSM Procedure).”
  2. Associate the location group with the Infranet Enforcer:
    1. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Infranet Controller device for which you want to use the Infranet Enforcer as a RADIUS Client.
    2. Click the Configuration tab. In the configuration tree, select UAC > Infranet Enforcer > Connection.
    3. Select an existing Infranet Enforcer connection and click the Edit button.
    4. Select the location group that you want to associate with the Infranet Enforcer.
    5. Click one:
      • OK—Saves the changes.
      • Cancel—Cancels the modifications.
  3. Configure authenticated endpoints to connect to the Infranet Controller, and specify VLANs in RADIUS attributes policies. See “Configuring RADIUS Attributes Policies (NSM Procedure).”

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