Procedure to configure RADIUS client for CA Strong Authentication

Document ID : KB000121543
Last Modified Date : 27/11/2018
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Introduction:
There are a number of configuration steps as a Master Administrator and Global Administrator required to set up CA Strong Authentication server as a RADIUS server.  This document provides screen shots to guide one for the RADIUS setup. 
Background:
CA Strong Authentication server allows one to set one Organization as a RADIUS server. Currently multiple Organization support for RADIUS is not available. 
Environment:
CA Strong Authentication Server 
Instructions:
Step 1. Login as a Master Administrator and enable RADIUS protocol and set the IP address associated with RADIUS server. Refer to the screenshots below: 

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Step 2.  Login  as Global Administrator and navigate via the Organization tab to set the RADIUS client.  Refer to the screen shot below. 

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Step 3. Login as Global Administrator and set the "Assign Defualt Configuration" as shown below. Save the configuration and refresh the Cache.  Note this example will use the "Verify LDAP Password" setting. 

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Step 4. Use a tool like NTRadPing Test Utility to test the RADIUS authentication.  The screen shows the NTRadPing. Note this utility should be installed where the RADIUS server is configured.  The response "Access-Accept" indicates that the RADIUS Authentication was successful. 

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Additional Information:
None.