3.13 RADIUS Client

The RADIUS Client method enables Advanced Authentication to forward the authentication request to a third-party RADIUS server. This can be any RADIUS server.

For example, you can use the RADIUS Client as an authentication method for token solutions such as RSA or Vasco.

3.13.1 Enrolling the RADIUS Client Authenticator

This authenticator is enrolled automatically and you cannot delete it.

By default, a user name from your corporate directory is set. You can change the required user name in User name and click Save.

3.13.2 Testing the RADIUS Client Authenticator

  1. Click the RADIUS Client icon in Enrolled Authenticators.

  2. Specify a user name in User name.

  3. Click Test.

  4. Specify the password of the RADIUS Client in Password.

  5. Click Next.

    A message Authenticator "RADIUS Client" passed the test is displayed.

The following table describes the possible error message along with the workarounds for the RADIUS Client authentication.

Table 3-8 RADIUS Client - error message


Possible Cause and Workaround

Incorrect password

If the specified RADIUS Client password is invalid. Specify a valid password to test the authenticator.

RADIUS server does not reply

If the administrator has not configured RADIUS Client method appropriately. Contact your administrator and report the error message.