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System Config > RADIUS
Configure RADIUS authentication. See radius-server for CLI details.
Default RADIUS Settings
View and change Default RADIUS Settings. See Figure 29, next.
Key—A shared secret text string. If no key is set, the user is prompted for the key.
Timeout—Timeout for retransmitting a request to any RADIUS server. Range is 1-60, default is 3.
Retransmit—The number of times the client attempts to authenticate with any RADIUS server. Range is 0-5, default is 1.
Login-lat-group—The string that identifies the groups that the user is authorized to use when Login-service is defined as LAT (local area transport). If none is set, the user is prompted for the string.
Click Apply to complete operation; Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 29 System Config > RADIUS Page Detail (Default RADIUS Settings)
RADIUS Servers
In the server list: Remove, Enable and/or Disable RADIUS Servers. see Figure 30.
Server—The configured IP address for this RADIUS server.
Auth-Port—The configured port for authentication requests to this server.
Key— The configured shared secret text string. If empty, the user is prompted for the key.
Timeout—The configured timeout for retransmitting a request.
Retransmit—The configured number of times a client may attempt to authenticate.
Login-lat-group—The configured string that identifies the groups that the user is authorized to use when Login-service is defined as LAT (local area transport).
Enabled—Whether or not this RADIUS server is enabled. Disabling a server makes it inactive but does not delete it from the system.
Figure 30 System Config > RADIUS Page Detail (RADIUS Servers)
Add New RADIUS Server
Add a new RADIUS server, see Figure 31, below; you need this information:
Enabled—The server must be enabled to do authentication.
Server IP—IP address for the server.
Auth Port—The port authentication requests should come in on; default is 1812. You can use the same IP address in more than one host as long as the auth-port is different.
To override defaults for a new RADIUS server, you can also specify different Key, Timeout, Retransmit, and Login-lat-group values for this RADIUS server from the default RADIUS settings you made above. Click Add RADIUS Server to complete operation. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 31 System Config > RADIUS Page Detail

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