To allow end users to log into the CA Identity Portal via CA SSO with Radius Authentication
(with basic authentication popup in a web browser) there is a workaround.
You will need to involve a SSO Administrator to accomplish this configuration.
Set up a “Portal Radius Redirect page” on the CA SSO web agent, and then direct end users to browse to it. The page automatically redirect the users to the Portal after a successful login with Radius. This redirect page receives the basic auth headers. Ignore the headers and redirect the user to the Portal page without the headers.
Here are the highlights of a setup used to achieve this configuration:
1. Under the CA SSO domain protecting the Portal realm, define a new Realm (/Radius) for Radius authentication.
2. Update Portal Domain Policy to have a new rule for the Radius Realm.
3. Create an HTML page to act as an auto redirect (portal.html) – you would need to change the redirect URLs to fit your environment.
For example :
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1; url=https://sso126.ca.com/sigma/">
<title>Page Redirection </title>
<!-- Note: link to Identity Portal.-->
Radius Authentication Success - Redirecting to Identity Portal
If you are not Redirected Automatically, follow this <a href='https://sso126.ca.com/sigma/'>Identity Portal</a>.