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    Using the Infranet Controller for 802.1X Network Access (NSM Procedure)

    The IEEE 802.1X protocol provides authenticated access to a LAN. The Infranet Controller RADIUS server can fulfill RADIUS authentication requests from RADIUS clients that support 802.1X. (If you are using an external RADIUS server for authentication, you can use the Infranet Controller RADIUS proxy feature.)

    To configure the Infranet Controller as a RADIUS server for an 802.1X network access device, perform these tasks:

    • Configuring Location Groups (NSM Procedure)
    • Configuring RADIUS Clients (NSM Procedure)
    • Configuring a New RADIUS Vendor (NSM Procedure)
    • Configuring RADIUS Attributes Policies (NSM Procedure)
    • Configuring an Infranet Enforcer as a RADIUS Client of the Infranet Controller (NSM Procedure)
    • Non-Juniper 802.1X Supplicant Configuration Overview

    Published: 2012-11-28