Configuring Servers - Aruba
NAS ID: The NAS-ID is sent to the RADIUS server by the controller through an authentication request to classify users to different groups so that the RADIUS server can send a customized authentication response. The NAS-identifier is a RADIUS attribute that the client uses to identify itself to a RADIUS server. The NAS-Identifier, as defined in Solved: Radius Authentication Cisco Switch - Cisco Community RADIUS: NAS-Port-Id  6 "tty2" RADIUS: NAS-Port-Type  6 Virtual  RADIUS: NAS-IP-Address  6 10.0.0.56. RADIUS(00001586): Started 5 sec timeout. RADIUS: Received from id 1645/18 10.0.0.13:1812, Access-Reject, len 20. RADIUS: authenticator 80 CE C9 C2 D6 30 65 A9 - 07 D8 12 4C 9E 80 A9 3C RFC 2869 - RADIUS Extensions RFC 2869 RADIUS Extensions June 2000 A NAS MAY use a fudge factor to add a random delay between Interim Accounting messages for separate sessions. This will ensure that a cycle where all messages are sent at once is prevented, such as might otherwise occur if a primary link was recently restored and many dial-up users were directed to the same NAS at once. Configuring RADIUS Authentication with WPA2-Enterprise NAS-IP-Address; NAS-Port; Called-Station-ID: Contains (1) the Meraki access point's BSSID (all caps, octets separated by hyphens) and (2) the SSID on which the wireless device is connecting. These 2 fields are separated by a colon. With RADIUS integration, a VLAN ID can be embedded within the RADIUS server's response. This allows for
The Cisco Meraki MR Access Points and MX Security Appliance allow a Splash Page to be configured, requiring users to interact with this captive portal before being granted network access. One configuration option for this Splash Page is to allow authentication with an existing RADIUS server on the network, so users must enter their domain credentials to get through the Splash Page.
Knowledge Base - Customer Support - ServiceNow $ sudo radtest donald xxxxxx radius.us.onelogin.com 0 test123 Sent Access-Request Id 41 from 0.0.0.0:56852 to 126.96.36.199:1812 length 76 User-Name = "donald" User-Password = "xxxxxx" NAS-IP-Address = 10.13.10.251 NAS-Port = 0 Message-Authenticator = 0x00 Cleartext-Password = "xxxxxx" Received Access-Accept Id 41 from 188.8.131.52:1812 to 10 RADIUS :: Chapter 9. AAA Accounting :: Part II
May 07, 2019 · User: Security ID: DOMAIN\username Account Name: username Account Domain: domain Fully Qualified Account Name: DOMAIN\username Client Machine: Security ID: NULL SID Account Name: - Fully Qualified Account Name: - OS-Version: - Called Station Identifier: XXXXX:SSID Calling Station Identifier: XXXXXX NAS: NAS IPv4 Address: 10.0.97.2XX NAS IPv6
NAS-Identifier - router identity NAS-IP-Address - IP address of the router itself NAS-Port - this Attribute indicates the physical port number of the NAS which is authenticating the user. Acct-Session-Id - unique session ID. the first two symbols of session ID represent service (PPP, Hotspot, etc.). The next symbol is incremented on each reboot.