How to add B5, C5 Enterasys/Extreme Switches as WIndows 2008 NPS radius clients

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How to add B5, C5 Enterasys/Extreme Switches as WIndows 2008 NPS radius clients
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Francisco Garcia

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Henrique, Employee

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Hi Francisco, please see an example below:

set radius server 1 <NPS_IP> 1812 <shared_secret> realm {management-access | network-access | any}
set radius enable

Where:
  • management-access: This means that anyone trying to access the switch (Telnet, SSH, Local Management) has to authenticate through the RADIUS server.
  • network-access: This means that all the users have to authenticate to a RADIUS server before they are allowed access to the network.
  • any: Means that both management-access and network-access have been enabled.
If realm is not specified, the any access realm will be used.

If you want to authenticate users to access the network, please specify realm network-access
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Francisco Garcia

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thanks Henrique !!!
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Keene, Scott, Employee NMS/GTAC

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Hello Franciso,

You can add RADIUS Clients under NPS >> RADIUS Clients and Servers >> RADIUS Clients.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732929(v=ws.10).aspx


Regards,
Scott Keene
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thanks Scott
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Doug Hyde, Technical Support Manager

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It's pretty straight forward...
Right mouse click on RADIUS Clients and select Add New.

Enter in the Friendly Name (whatever you want to call it)
Enter in the IP of the Switch
Enter in the Shared Secret

Click OK


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Francisco Garcia

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Hi and thank you Doug !!!